Single Event Record Display
|Trail: ||Fireline Trail|
|Hours:|| 186 |
|Regulars:|| 10 |
|Casuals:|| 20 |
|CSUCI:|| 20 |
This was a trail work day with students from the Environmental Studies class at CSUCI. A total of 20 students and 10 Trails Council volunteers participated in this event. 7:30 AM SMMTC volunteers meet at the
Wendy and Potrero trailhead. Jerry Mitcham dropped me off at CSUCI to meet the bus chartered by SMMTC to carry the students from the school to trailhead. Students arrived and signed in. Bus arrived at the
Sycamore Canyon trailhead. From there I led the students to the stream crossing on Sycamore Canyon Rd. I crossed the stream, precariously stepping on drift logs, and some students followed me.
Others chose to ride one of the two trucks that were waiting to take the students across the stream. Arrived at the trail. I gave them a safety talk distributed the tools, and assigned the student to crew leaders.
Everyone proceeded up the trail to commence work. Work consisted primarily of fixing ruts on the trail, clearing slough and vegetation grown in order to restore trail width. We also cleaned/restored 4 drains
and built 3 new drains. We were able to complete a half mile of trail. That is a very successful day by any measure. Total Volunteer Hours: 30 people x 6 hours = 186 hours Feet of trail maintained: 2, 640 [Six Hours added for JKross]