From Downtown Napa:
From SF and the Peninsula:
(4:30 pm to 10 pm – Gear/passenger shuttles run from parking area to camp area.)
5:00pm - Registration and camping opens at Moore Creek. DINNER IS NOT PROVIDED.
(6:45 am to 8am– Gear/passenger shuttles run from parking area to camp area.)
7:30am - Registration, light breakfast, and lunch packing begin at Center Camp.
8:30 am – Morning greeting, announcements, stretching and safety talk. Project begins.
12:30pm - Break for lunch on trail.
3:00 pm – Head back to camp.
4:00 pm – Drinks, appetizers and socializing. Solar showers available.
5:45 pm – Dinner and entertainment.
6:45am - Morning shuttle starts7:30am - Check in and lunch packing begin. Hot breakfast is served.
7:30 am – Registration and lunch packing begin. Hot breakfast is served.
8:30am - Morning greeting, announcements, warm-up and safety talk near the Entry Kiosk. Project begins.
11:30am - Break for lunch on trail.
12:30pm - Head back to camp, clean tools, pack gear and truck.
SUN EXPOSURE | HYDRATION | HYPOTHERMIA Weather can vary, so bring layers, rain gear, sun hat and sunscreen to be prepared. Carry and drink lots of water on the trail. It may also be a little wet and chilly! if you feel tired or weak, let your crew leader know and take a break.
POISON OAK There is a risk of exposure to poison oak at the work site. Have your crew leader point some out to you if you don’t know what it looks like. Clean with Tecnu (which we provide) after the work day and be cautious when handling your dirty clothes.
MOSQUITOES | TICKS Mosquitoes are active this time of year so bug spray and long-sleeved, lightweight shirts are recommended. Ticks are always a hazard; light colored clothing makes them easier to spot when you check during and after the project.
SNAKES Snakes are present on the property. Use caution when walking the trails and when picking items up off the ground.
SHARP TOOLS Please listen to your crew leader’s tool safety talk and observe proper tool use throughout the day.
V-O-Cal is going back to Angel Island! We did a project there in 2007 and it was amazing. The logistics are quite a challenge, but it is worth it. The trails there get constant use and the park maintenance staff can't keep up with the needed maintenance.