The Haystack Rock Awareness Program, now in its 33rd year, invites volunteers to join them on the beach during low tide through the end of October. HRAP Rocky Shore environmental interpreters will be on the beach during low tides to educate visitors at Haystack Rock about biodiversity found on and around the rock. Programs will change with the season, with the arrival and departure of various animals to the area.

There is no minimum time commitment required. Contact Lisa Habecker, education and volunteer coordinator and 15-year HRAP veteran, by email or call 503-436-8064.

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