Trail Restoration Volunteer Day

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Date & Time

Sat, Apr 15 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Address (map)

1819 Las Canoas Road

Join us for the first large-scale trial volunteer event following the damaging winter storms. Volunteers of all experience levels are invited to learn about trail restoration while helping to address the impacts of the heavy rains, including trail washouts, erosion, slides, and downed trees. Tools, instruction, and a barbecue lunch will be provided!

RSVPs are required for this event! To RSVP, contact Steve Biddle, City of Santa Barbara Parks Supervisor at (805) 564-5439 or

8:30 a.m. Meet at Skofield Park (1819 Las Canoas Road) for safety orientation and instruction
1:00 p.m. Return to Skofield Park for a BBQ picnic and giveaways!

Volunteers will tackle work on Rattlesnake Canyon Trail, Tunnel Connector Trail, Hot Springs Trail, and Bud Girard Trail.

Volunteers must attend the safety orientation to participate in trail work. Tasks will be assigned based on skill level.

Sturdy closed-toed shoes, long sleeves, and long pants to protect from poison oak

Water, sunscreen, snacks, gloves, and a bike helmet

This event is being held in partnership with Santa Barbara County, US Forest Service, Montecito Trails Foundation, Los Padres Forest Association, and SAGE Trail Alliance.


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