Volunteers are needed to help restore trailside habitat in the City of Irvine’s Bommer Canyon. On Tuesday, March 18, the Bommer Pass Stewardship activity will focus on the popular Bommer Pass Trail that has been closed since January. Irvine Ranch Conservancy, which manages the City’s Open Space Preserve, has been monitoring regrowth in the area and wants to take advantage of recent rains.
The volunteer activity is free and no prior experience is needed. Participants will need to wear sturdy shoes or boots and wear pants and long sleeves. All the necessary tools, water and snacks will be provided by the Conservancy. Those interested in volunteering are required to pre-register online to allow staff to plan for the adequate amount of tools and supplies needed. For this activity, participants need to be aged 15 and over – minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information or to register, visit www.LetsGoOutside.org/Activities and select the “Trail Work” category.