They are still looking for volunteers (check it out).
16,000 plants have already been brought in this year. The uniformed gal told us, "The first year a native plant is in the ground is the most crucial to its development. It needs to get off to a good start."
|Looking west from the trail is the 5 freeway, the Del Mar Fairgrounds and the Pacific Ocean.|
|Short, flat trails.|
|One of the volunteers hard at work.|
|A rock is used to prop up many of the new plants (or protect them from wind?).|
|Drainage and buffers from potential runoff and erosion are prevalent.|
|Just a bit of color at this point.|
|Trail is on El Camino Real. East of the 5 Freeway.|
Between Via de la Valle and Del Mar Heights exits.