The Santa Ana River Coastal Corridor PEER Program
Volunteer. Learn. Share. Help flight climate change, restore biodiversity, and contribute to the health of your local lands and waters.
The natural lands near the mouth of the Santa Ana River (SAR) have a long list of restoration work to be done. Many organizations are already working there. Banning Ranch Conservancy (BRC) is adding a workforce and coordinating with stakeholders for a more cohesive, inclusive, & effective restoration effort along the Santa Ana River Coastal Corridor through its PEER Program.
Sign Up For BRC Volunteer & Educational Events
Explore Fungi: A FREE Virtual Educational Event
Join Banning Ranch Conservancy Thursday, March 16th, 2023 7 PM – 8 PM, as we learn from naturalist Aaron Tupac (they/them), exploring the many ways fungi teach us about the interconnectedness of all life on earth. How can we learn with our fungal neighbors to take better care of our planet?
Includes closed captioning and Spanish language simulcast.
Third Saturday Fairview Park Habitat Restoration Days
We’ve adopted an area of Fairview Park for native habitat restoration. Walk with us through a year process of learning and action. You and your community / family are invited to join the Conservancy at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa from 9am-11:30am, every 3rd Saturday.
Fourth Saturday Beach & River Mouth Cleanup
Let’s clean up harmful trash where the river and the ocean meet. We’ll work to save the birds, the waters, and the lands, together. You and your community / family are invited to join the Conservancy for cleanups at Tower 74 in Newport Beach from 9am-11am every 4th Saturday.
Become a PEER Partner
Want to get your organization or community involved? Want to help build or support BRC’s PEER Program? Fill out this form, or Email Paul Waggoner.
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