Leave your park better than you found it! Join Irvine Ranch Conservancy staff during monthly habitat stewardship activities at Santiago Oaks Regional Park, aimed at keeping the park’s habitat healthy. Identified in collaboration with the Park Rangers that patrol the trails everyday, stewardship projects can include planting to combat the effects of hiking, biking and riding off-trail, removing invasive plant species that threaten to crowd out the diversity of native plants, and more!
No previous experience is needed, however please note that we will be hiking at least one mile up a steep trail (Oak Trail and Bumble Bee Trail) to reach our planting site, and then back down upon conclusion of the activity.
Reviewing the 1-through-5 Difficulty Ratings will help you evaluate your readiness to participate in this level-4 activity on the land.
Santiago Oaks Stewardship activities typically occur every third Sunday of the month!
Registration is closed for this activity.