Category: Habitat Restoration

Getting to Know Your Local Watershed: Aliso Creek

After a rain event, do you ever wonder where all that water goes? The rainwater comes down the slopes of…

Conociendo a su Cuenca Local: Aliso Creek

  Después de un evento de lluvia, ¿se ha puesto ha pensar donde se va toda esa agua? El agua…

Vision 2020

The challenges of 2020 are unprecedented in Laguna Canyon Foundation’s 30-year history. Never before have we, as an environmental organization,…

The Importance of Knowing Where to Look

In this my second year as a restoration technician at Laguna Canyon Foundation, people have started calling me “CoreyMaps,” and…

OC Parks Excellence in Volunteerism

Meet 2020’s OC Parks nominees for Excellence in Volunteerism for Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park and Laguna Coast Wilderness…

‘Tis the Season

Laguna Canyon Foundation’s Restoration Team does a variety of fieldwork in the wilderness parks and around our local cities to…

Laguna Canyon Foundation in Full Force at Cal-IPC Symposium

Each year, the California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC) holds a symposium where experts and attendees from all around the state…

How to Become a Steward of the Land

This November is the launch of our Keep It Wild Stewardship Program! Are you looking for a way to give…

Thank You, Alyssa and Robin!

Hired last fall as full-time seasonal restoration technicians, Alyssa Moreno and Robin Matthews have become a big part of Laguna…

Year End Stats

As our fiscal year comes to a close (that’s right, the year ends on June 30th in the nonprofit world!)…

Emergent Invasives, the IPP, and You

Many are surprised to hear that, second only to direct habitat destruction, invasive species pose the greatest global risk to…

Why Close the Trails?

After four consecutive days of rain this month, bringing a record 4.5 inches within ten days, OC Parks Rangers made…