Yerba Buena Island Stewardship
The Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) and San Francisco Environment (SFE) have proudly established the Yerba Buena Island Public Stewardship Program, hosting monthly public Habitat Restoration Volunteer Days on Yerba Buena Island and also offering special opportunities for school field trips, group and corporate stewardship volunteer experiences, and more!
The Yerba Buena Island Habitat Management Plan (HMP) calls for ongoing volunteer stewardship as well as contracted technical natural areas management of Yerba Buena Island's Natural Areas. As part of HMP implementation, this Public Stewardship Program offers individuals and groups an opportunity to perform hands-on volunteer stewardship and maintenance of Yerba Buena Island's outstanding Natural Areas. The opportunities available are suitable for all ages and abilities.
Keep up with the latest on the Stewardship Program!
Monthly newsletter includes reminders of upcoming monthly Habitat Restoration Volunteer Days and similar special opportunities, information about Yerba Buena Island's native fauna and flora, and more!
YBI Stewardship Newsletters
Monthly Habitat Restoration Volunteer Days
- Third Wednesday of every month
- Remaining 2017 dates: Nov. 15, Dec, 20
- 1 PM to 3 PM
- Yerba Buena Island Quarters 10 Park and Clipper Cove Beach, 510 Treasure Island Road (at Macalla Road)
- Limited parking is available on-site. Carpooling and use of SF MUNI 25-Treasure Island bus is encouraged
- Volunteer work party guided by SF Environment's Biodiversity Coordinator and TIDA staff
- Work includes using hand tools to remove invasive plants and restore native plant habit, Clipper Cove Beach cleanup
- Tools, work gloves and water are provided
- Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and closed-toed shoes, and should bring their own hats and sunscreen
For general information or inquiries, please contact Peter Summerville of TIDA staff at (415) 274-0660 or send an email