Sahara Mustard Pull at Loma Ridge

Stewardship

Your help is needed to search for and remove new Sahara Mustard plants that have come up from seed so that we can keep this weed from infesting the Landmarks! Sahara mustard is a nasty exotic that has invaded thousands of acres across Southern California and is just beginning to encroach upon the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks.We will be riding in a Safari Type vehicle to the location and now is the time to act!

Over the last six years volunteers like you have been successfully keeping this plant at bay at Loma Ridge within the Irvine Ranch Open Space.  All training and tools will be provided. Be prepared to  bend and stoop in order to remove this plant. We may have to hike to the location if the trails are a little wet from rain. Please wear sturdy closed-toe shoes.

We hope you can join us!

Reviewing the 1-through-5 Difficulty Ratings will help you evaluate your readiness to participate in this level-3 activity on the land.

 

Activity Details Led by IRC

Date:
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Time:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Duration (hours:minutes):
3:30
Type:
Stewardship
Organization:
OC Parks
Area:
Limestone Canyon Nature Preserve
Staging Area:
Hicks Haul Road - Jeffrey
Difficulty:
3
Distance:
0 miles
Elevation Change:
0 feet
Minimum Age:
18
Spaces Left:
Closed

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