The Bolsa Chica Land Trust
ECO-CAM is now LIVE!

photos from Eco-Cam 2017

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Agreement Reached!
Agreement Reached!

Photo: Brenda Lee

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about the birds

of Bolsa Chica

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have helped to restore the Mesa.


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We are working

to preserve the last

of the Bolsa Chica.

Bolsa Chica Land Trust

The Bolsa Chica Land Trust was formed in 1992 by a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetland ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members from throughout California and twenty other states.

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Upcoming Events


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7may9:00 am- 12:00 pmStewards Work Day - 1st SundayHelp us help the environment
20may9:00 am- 12:00 pmStewards Work Day - 3rd SaturdayHelp us help the environment
21may10:00 am- 12:00 pmFree Public Tour and Information table - 3rd SundaySouth Lot


Have free time? Want to give back to your community? Volunteer with us!

Ongoing Monthly Volunteering Opportunities:

photo: Danny Hasheminejad

The Stewards and Jr. Stewards meet twice each month – the first Sunday and third Saturday- to restore native habitat at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve.  Join us at 9:00am (till noon). Meet at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve North Parking Lot (3842 Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, CA).

photo: Marinka Horack

Come hang out at our table and help spread the word about the cool and important elements of Bolsa Chica! We meet at 9am on the third Sunday of every month at the south lot on Pacific Coast Highway between Seapoint St. and Warner Ave.

Seasonal Volunteering Opportunities: Miracles of the Marsh Docent, Beach Clean Ups, Newsletter Mailing Group

Click Here to learn more about all volunteering opportunities


Music from the Mesa Newsletter

Our Mission


The Land Trust is working to acquire and protect the last threatened 11 acres at Bolsa Chica to save a unique archaeological site and precious open space habitat.


The Land Trust’s Bolsa Chica Stewards have been working since 1996 on the Mesa habitat restoration project. Over 15,000 volunteers have helped heal our local environment.


Bolsa Chica needs constant and well planned care to keep its habitats functioning and healthy.  Saving it is just the start, caring for it is part of our commitment.


The Land Trust conducts educational programs to build awareness about the role of the Bolsa Chica wetlands system in the natural and urban environment, and tell the story of its rich history.

Our Vision


Bolsa Chica Land Trust (Main Office)
5200 Warner Avenue #108
Huntington Beach, California 92649