Angeles National Forest
In honor of Earth Day this Saturday the Parks Project Trail Crew teamed up with our friends from TOMS to do some trail restoration in the Big Tujunga Canyon within the San Gabriel Mountains located the Los Angeles National Forrest.
Our specific project was dedicated to restoring a trail that's utilized for a kid's summer camp. The trail is connected to an app that takes kids on an educational journey around the park, offering learning tools about the native plants and animals along the trail. It combines two of our favorite things: taking care of our parks and getting the next generation outdoors. So we were stoked to jump in, all hands on deck and bring the trail back to life!
First things first - stretch it out! Before we got started, we all circled up and listened to some words from the wise (our Park Ranger in charge) about safety and proper use of the tools. We also got a group stretch in!
Next, our Park Ranger from the USDA Forest Service handed out our tools.
Once we had our proper protective gear and tools we got started on restoring the trail.
Our founders, Keith and Sevag, the originators of the Trail Crew, kept everyone motivated throughout the day.
All in all we restored about 2 miles of trail, made some great friends and had...