Category Archives: Ojai Valley Land Conservancy

Access now legal to Matilija Falls

The Matilija Canyon Trail, closed since the Spring of 2010, is open again for hiking. Source of this article: Condor Call, Journal of Los Padres Chapter Sierra Club, Oct-Nov 2016 The highly popular trek to the seven Matilija Falls is … Continue reading

Posted in Hiking, History, Ojai Valley Land Conservancy, Trail Access, Ventura County | Leave a comment

NPS seeks greater control of surrounding hillsides

Rim of the Valley study now in fifth year Source of this article: The Thousand Oaks Acorn, April 18, 2013 The mountains encircling the Conejo and Simi valleys may soon become part of the U.S. National Park Service. The Conejo … Continue reading

Posted in California State Parks, Conejo Valley, COSCA/CRPD, Federal NPS, Los Angeles, MRCA, MRT, Ojai Valley Land Conservancy, Politics, Santa Monica Mountains, Simi Valley, SMM Conservancy, Ventura County | Leave a comment

Wills Canyon and Rice Canyon Trails loop in Ojai

Flee the city and hang with geezer trees – Rich Handley finds refuge in a grove of native oaks in the Ojai Valley preserve he manages. Source of this article – Los Angeles Times, September 7, 2004. WILLS CANYON stands … Continue reading

Posted in Hiking, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Ojai Valley Land Conservancy, Ventura County | Leave a comment