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Success Stories

Patnerships4Trails Success Stories Cambodian Family, Santa Ana [photo of CamFam kids] The Cambodian Family [link to http:// www.cambodianfamily.org/index.html] is a non-profit that serves refugee and immigrant families in Orange County with health, education and employment opportunities. Partnerships4Trails teamed up with the organization’s youth program, which supports 75 Cambodian and Latino youths through afterschool and weekend [...]

Register a Location

We are always looking for new locations to grow the Inner-Coastal & Watershed Cleanup. If you are interested in learning more please complete our Contact Us form [link to Contact Us page] and we will schedule a presentation with your city, community or organization on the benefits of hosting a Cleanup.

Become a Sponsor

The annual Inner-Coastal & Watershed Cleanup is Trails4All’s largest event. We are very grateful to our sponsors that have allowed the event to continue each year. [sponsorship levels] [current sponsor logos] Contact us [link to contact us page] for more information on how to become a sponsor.

Past Cleanup Results

Since 1997, the Inner-Coastal & Watershed Cleanup has helped remove more than 500 tons of trash (the weight of nearly six Boeing 747s) from Southern California’s waterways, making for cleaner watersheds, beaches and ocean environments for people and wildlife to enjoy. Year    # of Sites    # of Volunteers    Pounds of trash and recyclables collected 2010   [...]

Trails4All Board Emeritus

Past and present, these individuals have played integral roles in the the Trails4All organization. Dave Alkema:  Trails4All Founding Board Member. Past Parks Superintendent for the Cities of Costa Mesa and Fullerton. Melissa Bigelow (TX) Past Trails4All Board Member Peter A. Boisineau (San Clemente, CA) Career Management Consultant for Right Management. Prior to joining Right Management, [...]

Lauren Pearce

(Phoenix, AZ) Lauren Pearce is a public relations professional at RIESTER Corporation. She has assisted in a number of campaigns to get trails built in Southern California. Lauren has been hiking since she was a young child, attempting Saddleback at the age of nine and is a self proclaimed “national park junkie” having visited nearly [...]

Dan Nove’, Board President

Consultant, Former Trails Coordinator and Park Planner for the County of Riverside and Former Park Ranger in Yosemite National Park. Over 15 years of professional experience in trail building and maintenance. His 30 year recreational interest in trails has included hiking, backpacking, trail running and mountain biking. A Southern California native, he has been an [...]

Beatrice Musacchia

(Rowland Heights, CA) Environmental Engineering Specialist, County of Orange Storm Water Program. I have been studying the structure and organization of NPO as I pursue my Master's in Public Administration at Cal Poly Pomona. I have been involved in environmental protection for over 10 years, specifically the NPDES stormwater program for the City of La [...]

Phil McWilliams:

(Modjeska Canyon, CA) Phil McWilliams is a Grant Writer and Educator. Inter-Canyon League Director, member of SMRPD Open Space and Trails Committee.  Interests include hiking, camping, and trail advocacy. 949-954-2089