Next planned trail work day:
Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
When: 8 AM to Noon on Saturday September 18th, 2021.
What: We’ll be trimming back brush and running string trimmers to knock back the tall grass and poison oak to re-establish the trail corridor and working to improve sight lines on the County signed trails along Giggling/Watkins Gate Road between East Garrison and 8th and Giggling Rd.
Where: We’ll meet at 8th Ave and Giggling Rd to get signed in and organized and then drive in from there to park in the vicinity of the Jerry Smith Access Corridor and Watkins Gate Rd.
Long pants and eye protection suggested. Close toe shoes required.
The Waiver from the MORCA website must be signed, dated and given to the trail crew leader before the start of trail work. If under 18 you must have your waiver signed by an adult and should come with a parent or guardian.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For work in the Army UXO clean up area you must complete the UXO training at http://www.fortordsafety.com/ before participating in volunteer trail work. Please complete and send the completion certificate to email@example.com or print a copy and bring it with you to the trail work day.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For trail work on Monterey County trails you will need to review the Environmental Awareness Training – Live Oak and complete the Fort Ord_Waiver_Release_Form_April_2018. Please send the completed waiver to firstname.lastname@example.org or print a copy and bring it with you to the trail work day.
Note that the Army UXO training and Waivers only need to be completed one time.
Future Proposed trail work:
|9/18/2021||Various||Trimming||Clear sight lines and open trail corridor.|
|10/23/2021||70s||Trimming||Clear sight lines and open trail corridor.|
|11/20/2021||50 North||Tread work||Place material to repair/harden the trail.|
|12/18/2021||82||Tread work||Repair tread and re-establish drains.|