Sahara Mustard Pull Together: Baker Canyon in the Black Star Wilderness Area

Stewardship

Sahara mustard is a plant that threatens to take over native habitat and has invaded thousands of acres across Southern California. This new invasive mustard has encroached upon the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. This season is the perfect time for you to act and join us out on the land!

Over the last six years volunteers have been successfully keeping this plant at bay within the Irvine Ranch Open Space. Your help is needed to search for and remove new mustard plants that have come up from seed so that we can keep this weed from infesting our wildlands! This event may include bending, kneeling, and walking across slopes and uneven terrain. All the information you will need and tools will be provided. If you have your own sturdy gardening gloves, please bring them. We hope you can join us!

Activity Details Led by IRC

Date:
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Duration (hours:minutes):
4:00
Type:
Stewardship
Organization:
OC Parks
Area:
Black Star Canyon Wilderness Park
Staging Area:
Baker
Difficulty:
2
Distance:
0.5 miles
Elevation Change:
102 feet
Minimum Age:
18
Spaces Left:
Closed

Registration is closed for this activity.