Restoration

Learn about current and past restoration projects, get involved and donate.


Here at Laguna Canyon Foundation, we believe people protect what they love. We restore habitat by encouraging responsible recreation, removing invasive species, planting natives, and improving our trails so that your experience in the park is inspirational, rewarding and fun.

Trail Restoration

Trail Restoration

We work with OC Parks to prioritize, design and build sustainable and fun trails within the authorized trail system. Our dedicated trail-building staff and trail maintenance volunteers focus on projects that preserve habitat and make our trails more enjoyable for everyone.

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wildlife corridor

Wildlife Corridor

Establishing a linkage between the Laguna Greenbelt and other Orange County open spaces connects important wildlife populations, supporting genetic diversity - an essential component of thriving ecosystems - while linking public trails and scenic areas.

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cacti

North Laguna Cacti Restoration

LCF, Laguna Beach County Water District and OC Parks transform a wilderness park hillside damaged in the 2010 floods into sensitive cactus scrub and coastal sage scrub habitat.

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AC1

Aliso Creek Habitat Restoration

Restoring the Aliso Creek area to its original extraordinary riparian ecosystem filled with rare animal life and a diverse group of plants. The project spans from the creek's headwaters to its ocean outfall at Aliso Beach - 19.7 miles!

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Big Bend Restoration

Transforming the property from a dirt lot into a vibrant community and natural resource at the gateway to Laguna’s downtown.

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