From single-day drop-in volunteer activities to training as a regular volunteer leader, there are endless opportunities to suit your interest and availability.
One of the most rewarding ways to experience the beauty of the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks is as a regular volunteer. Volunteers have a crucial role in caring for the land and connecting people to it, whether it is leading an interpretive mountain bike ride through Fremont Canyon or a fitness hike on Hicks Haul Road, teaching middle school students about ecosystems in Limestone Canyon, helping to maintain a trail near Bommer Canyon, planting oak seedlings near Weir Canyon, or serving as a Fire Watch lookout to protect both the land and adjacent neighborhoods from wildfires. We invite you to explore the land and to join us in preserving it forever. New volunteers are always welcome and can get involved in a wide variety of ways. Learn more about becoming an IRC-certified volunteer and fill out an Interest Form to attend an orientation.