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Spring '14 Newsletter
Trail Work:
Invasive Plant Removal - Saddle Peak
Invasive Plant Removal - Saddle Peak
Trail Work Photos
Spring Flowers Photos
Trail Work Stats
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We lost one of the great ones in 2013. All trail users in the Santa Monica Mountains will benefit from Linda’s untiring efforts and farsighted vision about trails. From lobbying politicians to grubbing with a McLeod, Linda Palmer did it all and got results that make our trails a wonderful place to spend some of life's precious time.
If you love trails as much as we do, join us! Volunteer work is a vital part of preserving our open spaces. Because of limited budgets for state and federal agencies, most open space maintenance is done by volunteers like us! Click to join or renew!
Trail Days was held April 25-27 at Pt Mugu State Park. We had a great turnout of volunteers who helped make our trail system even better. Volunteers were treated to a beautiful spring bloom of wildflowers and perfect temperatures.
Calabasas resident and SMMTC member, Don Wallace’s dream of having a continuous trail between the Simi Hills and the Pacific Ocean is one step closer to becoming a reality. Click link to read more about this in the Acorn.
The SMMTC & a Newbury Park Boy Scout Troop completed the restoration of the La Jolla Valley walk-in Campground. How cool is that? State Parks may or may not have gotten around to this and we have it completed!

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