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We  Our Volunteers!
Become an Active Friend of Whidbey State Parks
You can choose how you would like to help!  

You can Adopt-A-Trail, Park Area or Beach... or Join a Work Party

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Work Party

Windstorms cause branches to fall onto trails, invasive plants need to be removed and trails need maintenance. You can  help keep the parks spruced up by volunteering for work parties organized by our  Friends group. 

Be a Friends Member!  

Adopt-A-Trail or

Park Area

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Adopt a favorite trail or a park area ~ like a picnic shelter or the entrance to your  local State Park.
Read the Adopt
Program Description 
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Care for your favorite beach while hiking the shoreline. Good exercise for you and picking up litter is good for beach critters! Partner with WSU's  Beach Cleanup 
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At Fort Casey

Fort Casey has 8 historic Batteries that need year-round TLC.

You can adopt a Battery & keep it looking great.

Read the Adopt

Program Description

You can Assist with Park Sponsored Programs

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Busloads of students in the spring, campers in the summer and visitors all year...Help with interpretive programs is always needed. Jr. Ranger & summer programs, scavenger hunts, nature walks. Work with the Park's Interpretive Specialist.

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Special Events

Help out with special events at the park such as: National Lighthouse Day, Haunted Fort and Light Up Your Holiday. Funds raised by these events help maintain the historic Lighthouse.
Fort Casey Volunteer Battalion
Join the Volunteer Battalion and give Fort tours in the summer. Learn about the history of Fort Casey so you can teach visitors about everyday life at the Fort during WW l and WW ll.
Learn about the history of the Admiralty Head Lighthouse, built in 1903 when you are trained by the Park's Program Specialist. The light- house has a small museum and a gift shop that is run by the docents. Learn more at: lighthouse docent.

Lighthouse Docent

Recruit a friend, neighbor, or your Scout Troop to join you!

Choose a one-time or ongoing project to help your local park.

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