We are promoting a fundraiser to support the Volunteer Ranger Building that was burned during the White Fire.
Thanks for supporting the trails.
Check it out at the link and video below.
Since 1981, the LPFA has worked in close cooperation with the Los Padres National Forest to support its mission. Through the development of web resources, support for forest care and interpretive programs and protection of heritage resources, the LPFA seeks to enrich visitor experiences while helping to protect forest resources.
Vounteering is a strong part of our tradition as a forest association and is essential to keeping a healthy forest that we can all enjoy. Learn more about the valuable services LPFA volunteers provide or go straight to our Volunteer Center–where you can match your interests to one of many volunteer opportunities.
INTERPRETATION & EDUCATION
Learning about the forest is one of LPFA’s most critical missions. Our Wheeler Center promotes an understanding of forest ecology through its docent program and regularly-scheduled interpretive activities. We are also offering a Junior Ranger program at the Center to introduce your kids to the forest.
LPFA also offers regularly scheduled day hikes and extended overnight trips to provide opportunities for the public to experience the forest upclose.
CHAPTERS & PARTNERSHIPS
The LPFA supports the development of regional chapters and provides opportunities for partnershipswith organizations interested in supporting forest programs.