Posted on06/26/2019|Comments Off on Vivian Creek Trail Maintenance
On June 22, 16 SGWA Trail Crew members headed for the Vivian Creek trail. They cleared, repaired, and defined 200 yards of trail tread in various places, removed 4 trees from across the trail, rebuilt a trail tread retaining wall, and cut back 100 feet of brush growing over the trail. Check out pictures on SGWA member John Flippin’s website, High Lake Photography.
Posted on03/18/2019|Comments Off on Storm Damage to Forest Road 1N45 (Barton Flats)
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — After assessing storm
damage along Forest Road 1N45 (Santa Ana River Rd.), officials with San
Bernardino National Forest have issued a
closing the route between Highway 38 and Glass Road in the Barton Flats
area of the San Bernardino Mountains. The damage includes sink holes,
mud and rock slides, cracked
pavement, undercut pavement, sloughing and fallen trees.
Repairing 1N45 is another priority project for the
forest. Damage assessments are continuing and staff hope repair work
will begin within the next month, weather permitting.
The Forest Order begins today, March 16, 2019. It
expires on March 15, 2020, but will be lifted earlier, once necessary
repairs are completed. Special use permit holders, such as recreational
cabin owners and organization camps, are exempt
from this order.
For more information on the 1N45 road closure, call the Mountaintop Ranger District at 909-382-2790.
For more information on road damages throughout the forest caused by February 2019 storms, visit
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Posted on03/18/2019|Comments Off on Storm Damage to Forest Road 1N09
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — After assessing storm damage along Forest Road 1N09 (locally pronounced with the letter “O”), officials with San Bernardino National Forest have issued a forest order closing about 22 miles of the route between Highway 330 and Seven Oaks Road in the San Bernardino Mountains. The damage includes sink holes, mud and rock slides, cracked pavement, undercut pavement, sloughing and fallen trees.
“Repairing 1N09 is a priority project for the
forest,” said the forest’s Deputy Fire Chief Mike Nobles. “Not only is
it a key road for suppression during a wildfire, but it’s very popular
with the recreating public. Work has already begun
to address the numerous issues along the artery.”
In addition to his role as the forest’s deputy fire chief, Nobles has been appointed as the incident commander for an
incident response team to address storm damage throughout the forest. More road closures by forest orders are expected in the coming weeks.
The forest order for 1N09 begins today, March 13,
2019. It technically expires on March 13, 2020, but will be lifted once
repairs are concluded, which is currently anticipated by early September
at the latest.
For more information, call the Front Country Ranger District at 909-382-2851.
Posted on12/07/2018|Comments Off on December SGWA Newsletter
The December SGWA newsletter is out. Many of our outstanding volunteers are mentioned – take a look! And be sure to read John Flippin’s article about rebuilding the Fish Creek Trail. That was – and continues to be – a major effort to restore, after the damage caused by the Lake Fire.
Download it here – SGWA Newsletters