This Earth Day, help the California State Parks Foundation at Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park during their 18th Annual Earth Day Restoration and Clean Up. Volunteers are needed to work on much-needed projects that help improve our parks. Over the past 17 years 81,670 participants throughout
California have built bridges, split rail fences and boardwalks, conducted river, lake and beach cleanups, restored trails and habitats with native plants, and installed recycling bins and irrigation systems. This Earth Day provides an opportunity for our community to restore and care for the places where we live, work, and play for this and future generations.
Saturday, April 16
Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park – Andora Trail Head
9955 Andora Ave.