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"HAPY" Volunteers

Volunteers working in a meadow

If you don't have the time to spend the whole summer working in the wild, Yosemite National Park has an option for you. The Habitat Protectors of Yosemite (HaPY) offer a weekly drop-in program for those interested in trying their hand at park work. The program lasts only three hours, and is suitable for all ages. Check their website for more information.

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