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Southern California Mountains Foundation


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Some of Southern California’s most beautiful off-highway trails are protected by the dedication of the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Volunteer Program and a partnership with the U.S. Forest Service that helps ensure safe and sustainable trails for the nature-loving public. Join the Southern California Mountains Foundation Off-Highway Vehicle Volunteer Program and experience the rewards of making a difference.

“Our volunteers take action and responsibility for the protection of our natural resources to help ensure sustainability, and in turn, the U.S. Forest Service gains a presence in the field, promoting and dispensing vital messaging and education to the public." Rick Lavello, Program Director

Volunteer meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Sizzler Restaurant located at: 1461 S Rimpau Ave. Corona, CA 92879.  Dinner starts at 6pm.

For more information contact Rick Lavello at rlavello@mountainsfoundation.org.


SCMF is currently seeking input for their next round of Education and Safety Grants for 2021 with the State of California.  If you'd like to provide input, please click here or email lstamer@mountainsfoundation.org.  Preliminary grants are due March 2, 2020, comments are being solicited March 3- May 4th on the state website http://ohv.parks.ca.gov under the "grants" tab and final grants are due June 1st.