Coast Live Oak Tree Restoration
In early 2017 Crafton Hills Open Space Conservancy volunteers planted 103 Coast Live Oak trees in three areas: the Oak Glen trailhead area (54 trees), adjacent to the Crafton Fire Road (15 trees), and near Highway 38 (34 trees). An irrigation system was installed at each site. The Conservancy continues to maintain the irrigation systems and refill the water tanks. Should you come across any of these sites, please do not disturb them. We hope this legacy will endure for all, now and into the future.
Planting oak trees at the Oak Glen trailhead
Planting oak trees at the Fire Road
Planting oak trees at the Highway 38 trailhead
Oak tree being irrigated
In February 2018 volunteers installed six new benches at various locations around the Preserve. Thanks to the California Conservation Corps. (shown here), the YHS Mountain Biking Team, and all the other volunteers and contributors who made this happen!
The Oak Tree Forest at Oak Glen Road will be a legacy for future generations.