The habitat restoration and enhancement program is the cornerstone of IRC’s conservation work on the Landmarks. IRC staff, volunteers and regional partners work to restore and enhance the ecological health, resilience, and connectivity of these native habitats to support the rare and diverse species that call it home.
These efforts are an integral part of the lasting health of the Landmarks. IRC, along with its partners, continue to create innovative solutions to ensure these native habitats are protected for future generations to enjoy.
The Senate recently designated April 2021 as National Native Plant Month, which recognizes the importance of native plants to environmental conservation and restoration, as well as in supporting a diversity of wildlife. To learn more about native plants and conservation efforts on the Landmarks, follow Irvine Ranch Conservancy on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
For more information about Irvine Ranch Conservancy and restoration efforts on the Landmarks visit IRConservancy.org.