Rangers know that one of the most important ways to help your community and the environment is with your own two hands!
Attend this volunteer project to restore an old trail by planting native grass seeds. Meet at the Heil Valley Ranch Trailhead on July 13 from 10 a.m. till noon.
You’ll explore the local ecosystem, learn about the plants and animals that live there, learn why trails are important and help restore that ecosystem to its natural state by planting seeds to help native grass grow. You’ll even get to take a little piece of the project home with you!
This event is part of the Junior Ranger Adventures Summer Challenge, a program for kids and adults to earn points and badges by completing challenges. It is meant to get you outdoors while using technology to track your progress. Earn enough points and you’ll be invited to a special celebration ceremony where you’ll have lunch with the rangers and a change to win awesome prizes.