Protect What You Love
There's no place in the world like Laguna Canyon. The winter rains filled the canyon with beautiful butterflies, tall grasses, and abundant wildflowers, lifting our hearts. But the rains also brought blown-out trails, deep footprints and bike tracks in wet mud, and explosions of invasive species crowding out or native plants.
In times of heavy rain and abundance, like this winter, our work multiples. There are so many weeds to manage, plants to get in the ground while the conditions are right, and trails to fix and repair.
We need your help to continue to:
- Protect our trails by building natural drainage features that prevent erosion.
- Identify and remove invasive, fire-fueling plants in wildfire-buffer zones and sensitive habitat.
- Plant thousands of native plants to restore our precious coastal sage scrub habitat.
- Fight for reasonable alternatives to CalTrans’ proposed widening of Laguna Canyon Road that will protect our open space rather than destroy it.
- Help develop restoration plans for Aliso Creek that preserve healthy habitat, rather than see the Army Corps of Engineers bring in the bulldozers.