The Friends of Mt. Tabor Park relies on the generous support of our volunteers to keep the park safe, clean, and accessible to all. Scroll down to see how you can help make a difference.
Last Saturday of the Month (except December), 9am-noon
FMTP Weed Warrior volunteers remove invasive plant species and restore native habitat to Mt. Tabor Park. Meet at the Mt. Tabor Visitor Center a few minutes before 9:00 am.
Tools, gloves, and invasive plant removal hacks provided. Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and long sleeves to protect yourself as you work alongside trees and bushes, including thorny blackberry. Bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. A water bottle filling station is located by the restrooms near the Visitors Center.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome to participate. Children under 12 must be in the company of an adult for the duration of the service project. Volunteers under 16 must either attend with a parent/adult, or bring a waiver.
Register via the button above. For further information on Weed Warrior service projects, contact our Stewardship Coordinator Emily Lytle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Formed in 2000, the Foot Patrol is composed of volunteers who periodically walk in Mt. Tabor Park in pairs to observe park activity and conditions; record and report theft, vandalism, graffiti, and improperly secured facilities; manage lost and/or found items, provide first aid, assist lost or disoriented individuals, and pick up litter while on patrol.
The Mt. Tabor Park Visitor Center, located at the main parking lot near the caldera amphitheater, is staffed entirely by volunteers - the more we have, the more often the center is open to the public! Spend a few hours at the center greeting guests, answering questions, providing maps and brochures, staffing the lost-and-found, and (best of all) handing out dog biscuits. Opened by the Friends of Mt. Tabor Park in October 2011, the center is a valuable resource for park guests. To arrange an orientation session, please contact or call 503-512-0816.