Trail Building and Restoration
The COSCA system includes more than 170 miles of trails, and we’re helping COSCA make that number larger every year! During the Fall and Spring Trail Work Days, volunteers come out to help build new trails for everyone to enjoy. Sometimes we instead go out to repair trails that were damaged during severe winter weather. Local trail organizations the Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council (SMMTC) and the Concerned Off Road Mountain Bicyclists (CORBA) help COSCA Rangers plan the work and oversee the other volunteers. Groups including local businesses have their own volunteer work days as a way to give back to the community.
Our trail building and restoration activities rely on volunteers to help out! If you would like to see more and better trails, we hope you’ll want to pitch in!
Trail Work Coordinator: John Kross ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
News about trail work events, future and past
Spring Trail Work Day is Cancelled! - Due to the amount of rain we're having this week, and more rain possible for next week, the work day scheduled for this Saturday, March 18, is cancelled. No alternative date is scheduled at this time. COSCA plans to review… (read more...) Conejo Spring Trail Work Day – What a Success! - On Saturday March 19 about 130 volunteers came to help restore the Santa Rosa Trail above Wildwood Mesa to like-new condition! There were enough volunteers that crews also worked on the Teepee, Moonridge and Stagecoach Bluff Trails. The photos in… (read more...) Canceled: COSCA Spring Trail Work Day, March 21, 2020 - A message from the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency: Dear COSCA Trail Friends, In light of community concerns about the potential spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), and recommendations by health professionals to limit large gatherings, COSCA chosen to cancel… (read more...) 2019 Fall Trail Work Day, October 19, 2019 - About 80 open space enthusiasts came out to help fix up the trails in the Conejo Canyons in preparation for winter rains. Volunteers came from various organizations such as the Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council (SMMTC), the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists… (read more...)