State Park Volunteers
More than 70 million Californians will visit a state park this year, but few will return to help restore it. As one of California's largest land owners, PG&E has a long history of managing lands and waters in a responsible and environmentally sensitive manner. So a partnership with the California State Parks Foundation to protect and preserve our parks was only, well, natural.
In 2013, PG&E celebrated its 12th anniversary as the statewide Presenting Sponsor of the California State Parks Foundation Annual Earth Day Park Restoration and Clean Up. PG&E showed its support for the annual event, with employees, company retirees, family members and friends volunteering at park sites across the state. In a single day, 1,200 PG&E volunteers helped to restore and cleanup state parks spanning from Humboldt County in the north to Kern County in the south.
In our decade of support, PG&E has contributed $1.7 million in donations and over 25,000 volunteer hours to better the parks that show California at its best.
See the Progress Near You
- Eastshore State Park (Alameda County)
- Lake Oroville State Recreation Area (Butte County)
- Mt. Diablo State Park (Contra Costa County)
- Angel Island State Park (Marin County)
- Auburn State Recreation Area (Placer County)
- Folsom Lake State Recreation Area and Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park (Sacramento County)
- Montana de Oro State Park (San Luis Obispo County)
- San Bruno Mountain State park (San Mateo County)
- Sonoma Coast State Park (Sonoma County)