public_service_volunteer_event.jpgYounger Lagoon Reserve is committed to public service on many levels. From elementary school field trips to courses for natural resource managers, Younger Lagoon Reserve hosts a range of learning opportunities for the general public. As authorities on regional ecosystems, Younger Lagoon Reserve personnel inform and improve wildland planning and management efforts. As steward of 72 acres of protected areas, Younger Lagoon Reserve helps ensure the continued health of local ecosystems. Finally, Younger Lagoon Reserve personnel influence conservation and land management practices by participating in a broad array of biodiversity and training programs.