The wild lands of the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountain Ranges were designated a National Forest more than a hundred years ago. Today, the San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of three Ranger Districts spanning 679,380 acres in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
The San Bernardino National Forest is a ecologically and biologically diverse area supporting 15 Federal Threatened or Endangered species with another 37 sensitive species.
Our first service project with the Forest Service's Restoration Botanist will assist with various restoration projects (fencing, slashing, weeding, watering, trash pickup, seed collection, seed dispersal, out planting, and restoration site maintenance) and trail maintenance. We will camp in a designated campground and the FS will transport us to work sites each morning after breakfast. Be prepared for sun and heat during the day, and cooler nights as we give back in this fantastic National Forest.
This project is rated as a strenuous project.
Oct 15th - Oct 21st 2017
Trail work and restoration
Hiking, rock climbing, photography, sunning, relaxing
Tent and car camping
Strenuous : Bending, digging, lifting, raking, hiking