Last Dig Day of the Season sponsored by Another Bike Shop and Santa Cruz County Horseman's Association - Wilder Ranch State Park- Sunday, April 29
Please use this form to register to be added to our volunteer roster for this work day. Please read the whole form as details about the project are listed at the bottom.
Email address *
Volunteer Name *
Please only register yourself! Please include First and Last name.
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Are you a trained MBOSC Crew Leader? *
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Volunteer's email address for project notifications *
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Would you like to be added to our mailing list? Please select 'No' if you are already on the list. *
Emergency contact person's name (will not be shared or used for any other purpose) *
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Emergency contact person's phone number (will not be shared or used for any other purpose) *
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What time is the project starting/ending? Can I arrive late or leave early? *
Please arrive by 8:45am for registration and refreshments. We will wrap up and have you back to the main parking lot by 2:30pm. If you need to leave early you will have to ride your bike into the work area as the gate on the road will be locked. Please be sure to inform your crew leader if you will be leaving early.
Transportation *
We strongly encourage you to ride your bike in to the project site after meeting at the main Wilder Ranch Parking Lot for registration, not only is this more fun than driving but reduces our mobilization time. We can shuttle your gear to and from work area. Make sure you register and check in with your crew leader before riding in to the project site. Carpooling will be an option for those who don't ride, weather permitting. If you are able, ride your bike. At the end of the day you will be able to enjoy a nice ride down the hill.
How should I dress? What should I bring? *
Dress in layers and check the weather forecast. Wear sturdy boots or shoes (no sandals), long pants, and a long sleeved shirt. Shorts and short sleeves are not recommended. We will be working around poison oak so if you are susceptible cover up! (some lower exposure work options will be available). Bring a jacket or a raincoat if warranted. If you have work gloves, safety glasses or a hardhat (helmets ok) please bring them but we have some to lend. Also bring water and a pack to carry things in. We provide tools, so no need to bring your own.
Where do I go? What is the meeting location? *
We meet at the main Wilder Ranch State Park parking lot off of Highway 1 just north of Santa Cruz. Map: We will be checking in volunteers there, then riding or carpooling into the park to the trail work location.
What if it rains?
Good question! We ask ourselves that for days leading up to the project and hope we can rely on the forecast. In general we intend to only work in dry weather or very light rain because of the impact of driving in and out on the road when it is wet. Likewise we will cancel a project if there has been heavy rain in the days leading up to the project that has saturated the dirt. High winds -- with or without rain -- will cancel because of the hazards associated with "widow makers" in the forest. We will check the forecast and issue a cancellation notice as soon as we believe canceling the project is necessary, and hopefully no later than 8:00pm the night before. We may require participants to walk or ride to the work site if road conditions are not suitable for driving. Please check your email before leaving in the morning in case there is some unforeseen situation that requires us to cancel at the last minute.
What sort of hospitality is included? *
We will have coffee, and morning snacks at registration. We will also provide a lunch that you can carry with you on the trail. After the project there will be snacks and beverages back at the parking lot. Please BRING YOUR OWN CUP for coffee and/or beer. This will help us minimize our waste.
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