PESPA is actively seeking new volunteers to support its interpretive and educational programs at Plumas-Eureka State Park. Volunteers are an essential element to the success of Plumas-Eureka State Park programs, and the varied interests and talents of PESPA volunteers are the spark that brings the Park’s gold rush mining history to life.
As a volunteer, you can support Plumas-Eureka State Park in ways tailored to your interests and availability. Man the museum store or be a Park greeter; support outreach or research and preservation initiatives; become a knowledgeable docent leading tours of the Assay Office, Moriarty House, or historic gold rush site; or use your talents in new and creative ways to help expand the Park’s reach. The choice is yours. PESPA provides the training and support necessary for every volunteer to feel comfortable in whatever role they choose.
The Plumas-Eureka State Park Association is reaching out to the greater community for assistance as the 2017 season in Plumas Countyâ€™s only state park draws near and it embarks on its 50th year of volunteerism.