Hood Mountain Regional Park - South Entrance
Regional Parks will join thousands of organizations nationwide by hosting a project in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Volunteers will remove invasive French broom plants from the Lower Johnson Ridge Trail at Hood Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve.
Staff will provide tools, gloves, water and snacks. Volunteers should wear sturdy shoes, long pants, long-sleeve shirt, hat and sunscreen.
Registration is required. Volunteers 13 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Older, unaccompanied minors must have a signed parental permission slip. If a permission slip is required, note this in the comments section during registration and one will be e-mailed to you.
Meet at the equestrian parking lot off of Eliza way for a short hike to the work site. Directions: Turn north onto Pythian Road from Highway 12. Stay to the right when the road splits. Turn left onto Eliza Way. The equestrian parking lot is 100 yards down Eliza Way. Follow the signs.
Note: This program is subject to cancellation due to park closure during stormy weather.