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If you use the wilderness parks for hiking, biking, photography or just relaxing, trail stewardship might be right up your alley!

Get up close with the trails you use and see them in a whole new way. No experience necessary. 

This activity focuses on improving drainage and brushing on Valido Trail in Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park.

Whatever your skill level is, there is a job to do; clearing drains to remove water from the trail, pruning vegetation back, moving dirt to rebuild eroded tread and restoring impacted areas are just some of the tasks we will accomplish. We will use tools such as loppers, picks, shovels and McLeods to improve the user experience, protect the fragile habitat and increase the sustainability of our trails. Expect to hike up to 4 miles while carrying tools. Gloves and tools provided.

Advance registration is required. Learn more and register here.

For questions, call 949-497-8324 Mon-Fri or 949-923-2200 Sat/Sun. 

Location: We will be meeting at Seaview Park and we will shuttle to the work site in our vehicles. Park along Talavera St. near the intersection with Casalero Dr. Parking here is free.

Rain or muddy conditions will cancel the event. 

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