Irvine Ranch Conservancy was proud to honor five of its volunteers recognized in the Environment & Sustainability category for their exemplary efforts in support of the Conservancy and the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. These volunteers have contributed countless hours to the land by leading public activities, participating in habitat restoration work and supporting IRC staff on special projects.
Peter Wetzel has been volunteering for Irvine Ranch Conservancy since 2007 and is a Founding Volunteer. He has volunteered over 4,200 Lifetime cumulative hours.
Judy Bright has been volunteering for Irvine Ranch Conservancy since 2015. In that time, she has volunteered over 4,000 Lifetime cumulative hours.
Brenda Edgell has been volunteering for Irvine Ranch Conservancy since 2012. In that time, she has volunteered over 3,900 Lifetime cumulative hours.
Ted Edgell has been volunteering for Irvine Ranch Conservancy since 2012. In that time, he has volunteered over 3,400 Lifetime cumulative hours.
Volunteers are essential to our work and are the most fundamental connection to the community. With the help of our volunteers, IRC can provide interpretive, educational, and recreational activities for the tens of thousands of people who visit the landmarks each year, helping to create lifelong stewards of the land.
Thanks to the efforts of Irvine Ranch Conservancy volunteers, nature lovers of all ages can continue to enjoy the natural beauty of the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks in a variety of different ways! Irvine Ranch Conservancy staff is grateful to these five volunteers for their dedication and commitment to our native wildlands, as well as the Conservancy’s mission to restore, protect, and enhance the ecological health of urban wildlands.
For more information about volunteering with Irvine Ranch Conservancy and on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks visit LetsGoOutside.org/volunteer.