The Shimano Team partnered up once again with the Laguna Canyon Foundation to work on habitat restoration in Aliso Woods. With the two teams combined, the designated trail had 5 drains cleaned/reworked, 30 dirt bags filled and utilized for trail improvement, 1 new in sloped turn built, 300 square feet rammed earth to form a retaining wall, 500 square feet de-compacted, pot holed seeded, naturalized and brushed, and four temporary “restoration” signs installed.
Shimano poses before heading down to the site for a day full of work.
Reworking the slope of the trail by packing in dirt bags. This was used to redirect drainage for next seasons rain fall. *Note; the bags were buried completely and are biodegradable as to not harm any of the natural habitat*
Raking and laying down seeds to restore the natural foliage that has been removed from the area in recent years.
Restoring the natural habitat to keep the Oak tree safe and deter unwanted trail usage.
The group moved lots of dirt to fill up the bio degradable bags and build a retaining wall to keep the trail safe and intact.