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Trippet Ranch Oak Care Event

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ORGANIZATION: Resource Conservation District Santa Monica Mountains

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Volunteers at Rodeo Grounds

The Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains needs your help to care for over 250 oak trees at Trippet Ranch in Topanga State Park.

During this event volunteers will help the RCDSMM care for previously planted oaks by watering, weeding, and mulching trees as well as potentially planting new acorns to replace those trees that may have died. Volunteers will also collect meaningful data to aid in an ongoing reforestation project the RCDSMM has been conducting since 2018. Please wear clothes you are willing to get dirty in as well as durable shoes. Be sure to bring a sun hat, layers, a face mask and drinking water.

We will be meeting in the parking lot of Trippet Ranch located at 20829 Entrada Road, Topanga, CA 90290. Carpooling to this event is encouraged as parking is limited!

We look forward to your help in our efforts to reforest the wildlands of the Santa Monica Mountains! If you are interested in receiving our full schedule, please email our Outreach Coordinator at

Please note: the RCD is requiring that all volunteers be vaccinated before volunteering.

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About Resource Conservation District Santa Monica Mountains


540 S Topanga Blvd, Topanga, CA 90290, US

Mission Statement

The RCDSMM works with public and private landowners to conserve natural resources throughout the Santa Monica Mountains and environs.


The Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains (RCDSMM) has proudly served the local community with its programs in watershed management, restoration, research and education for over 50 years.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Environment


Sat May 21, 2022
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM


20829 Entrada RoadTopanga, CA 90290







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