Archive for September, 2018

09/10/18 Warrior’s Society News

News for 09/10/18

In this issue:

1. Forest Status Update

2. The Trails4All Inter-Coastal Cleanup

3. 2019 Vision Quest and Counting Coup Update

1. FOREST STATUS UPDATE

From the Debra Clark Wilderness and Trails Volunteer Coordinator for the Trabuco District: 

The Trabuco Ranger District will be reopening on Friday, September 14. Campgrounds and trails outside the burned area will reopen.  Crews are completing the suppression of hot spots and repairing damage caused by firefighting efforts and expect to finish on Thursday.
 
District Management will determine our next steps and identify needs that volunteers can assist with. I will be sending out requests once that occurs. No one is allowed in the burned area without specific written permission to be in there. The closure extends from Santiago Peak, south to the North Main Divide Road/Long Canyon Road intersection.  The closure would include all of the roads and trails within this area, including Coldwater Trail, Holy Jim Trail, Trabuco Trail, East and West Horsethief Trails, Los Pinos Trail, Trabuco Creek Road, Indian Truck Trail, and portions of North Main Divide Road.
 
Thank you for your patience.

Debra Clark
Wilderness and Trails Volunteer Coordinator for the Trabuco District

2. TRAILS4ALL INTER-COASTAL CLEANUP

The Warrior’s Society and SHARE will be assisting Trails4All with the cleanup of trash and debris from Trabuco Canyon. We will be meeting at 9:00 at the intersection of Trabuco Canyon Road and Trabuco Creek Road just east of O’Neill Park were the road leads to the Holy Jim Trail Pizza and drinks will be provided to volunteers. 

3. 2019 VISION QUEST AND COUNTING COUP UPDATE

We are in contact with the Forest Service and will let you know if the Vision Quest and Counting Coup will happen in 2019. We will let you know before Oct. 1st when registration opens if we will be unable to have the the events.  

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