Love the outdoors? Join the Off-Highway Vehicles Program
Southern California Mountains Foundation
The Off-Highway Vehicle Program partners with the USDA Forest Service to teach visitors trail ethics, land and resource stewardship, and maintain and patrol trails to promote responsible recreation on public lands.
Become involved in patrols, restoration and trail maintenance, or become a site steward. You can also help with Education Outreach.
Off-Highway Vehicle volunteers are the "eyes and ears" of the U.S. Forest Service. Here's a way to combine your love of off roading with helping others!
About Southern California Mountains Foundation
P. O. Box 69, 40971 North Shore Drive, Fawnskin, CA 92333, US
The Southern California Mountains Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to three initiatives addressing conservation, education and responsible recreation through a year-round portfolio of programming aimed at reaching Southern California's inland urban and mountain communities as well as visitor populations on public lands. Through partnerships and a strong volunteer backbone network, the Southern California Mountains Foundation brings communities of people, partners and funding resources to important public lands projects focused on health, stewardship and sustainability.
Volunteers are trained to assist the general public relating to the San Bernardino National Forest whether it be camping, hiking, summer campfire programs, fire lookouts, nature nights, canoeing, flower tours and nature walks plus much more.