San Gabriel Mountains Community Collaborative
San Gabriel Mountains Community Collaborative Purpose Statement
Represent the general public by integrating diverse perspectives to identify, analyze, prioritize and advocate for values, resources, investments, management objectives and implementation practices that sustainably benefit all communities throughout the region, the Angeles National Forest and the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.
Any individual and/or community groups interested in the management of the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.
The Community Collaborative formed in 2014 to support the designation of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, including the San Gabriel Mountains, interdependent communities, watersheds, and ecosystems, to be managed by the Forest Service as part of the Angeles National Forest. The Collaborative seeks to represent diverse interests and the general public by integrating a diverse variety of perspectives. The Collaborative also strives to identify, analyze, prioritize, and advocate for the values, resources, investments, management objectives, and implementation of programs and practices that sustainably benefit communities in the region, the Angeles National Forest, and Monument.
In 2019, the San Gabriel National Monument Management Plan was signed and the Forest Service and SGMCC are now moving toward the implementation of projects in the Angeles National Forest. Current projects that align with the U.S. Forest Service are focused on transportation, conservation, education, trails and recreation, volunteer engagement, and capital improvements. All projects acknowledge the rights of communities throughout the region and welcome diverse community voices.
Meet the Community Collaborative
The San Gabriel Mountains Community Collaborative (SGMCC) includes over 50 members from a variety of organizations, including government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals of the public at large. Currently the SGMCC has a Steering Committee and four topical/Ad Hoc committees working to enhance the management and accessibility of the National Monument and National Forest for local communities, in four areas: Trails and Recreation, Transportation Access, Volunteer Engagement, and Conservation Education.
Staff contacts that work directly with the SGMCC
Please feel free to contact any member of our team if you have questions or concerns.
The SGMCC meets on the fourth Thursday of every other month.
- East Fork Project Webinar for the SGMCC (Presentation by Rob Romanek, Watershed Conservation Authority)