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Event#:869
Date: 2022-04-13
Agency:CINP
Trail: Eagle Ridge Trail
Leader:Dave Edwards
Hours: 72
Volunteers:12
Distance:700
Status: Completed
Regulars: 11
Casuals: 1
pdf:20220413EagleRidgeTrail.pdf
CSUCI: 0
Tag:CSUCI_TC
Previous Events
ID Date Leader Hours
8802022-05-23Dave Edwards144.0
8732022-04-27Dave Edwards32.0
8692022-04-13Dave Edwards72.0
3392015-06-18Jerry Mitcham66.5
Crew Member Hours
Amanda Curtin6.00
Barry Dydyk6.00
Carlyn Taggart6.00
Cindy Kimmick6.00
Dave Edwards6.00
Don Brusselars6.00
Dorian Curtin6.00
Greg Sweel6.00
John Kross6.00
Mark Simril6.00
Ruth Feldon6.00
Summary: We met at 8:00 at Island Packers at the Ventura Harbor. We received an orientation from Sterling Holdorf, Chief, Facilities Management Div. While waiting in line for our 9:00 a.m. boarding, the NPS superintendent, Ethan McKinley, stopped by to chat with us for several minutes and answered several of our questions about the park. He’s very pro trails. We arrived at Santa Cruz Island, Prisoners Harbor at 11:45 and proceeded to the Eagle Ridge trailhead. Clark Cowan, NPS’s fennel eradicator amongst other things, gave us instructions which included: weed whack the trail to no more than 18 inches wide and down to the ground (no digging). Clear the trail to 4 feet on each side to one foot above ground. There’s lots of fennel in the two sections where we worked. We used a hedge trimmer to cut the fennel and 3 weed whackers to define the trail. Clark will come back in a few weeks to spray the fennel with herbicide after it sprouts new foliage. We didn’t start work at the beginning of the trail which is just off of the Navy road. This section for about ¼ mile is very brushy mainly with sage brush. The NPS will conduct a nesting bird survey in this section before we can begin work here in future outings. Our work was well above this section in a fairly open and grassy environment. We will have many more trips, mostly multi-day trips, to complete the trail work for the new Eagle Ridge trail. Future trips will require the Chumash to monitor our work as this area is considered to be culturally sensitive. The crew of 12 included 1 member of the CSCI Trail Corps. Hours worked: 4 Total hours: 48 Total feet of trail worked: 700