Laura Garrett of the Pasadena Audubon Society tells us that they are looking for volunteers to help them clean up the Cobb Estate signs:
The Pasadena Audubon Society installed six nature trail signs at the Cobb Estate a while back, and they have been getting badly graffitied, to the point that a neighbor of the Cobb Estate asked us to remove them.
For a variety of reasons, including the fact that we had spent a lot of time and money on the signs, we opted not to do that. Instead, we have been researching products with which to coat the signs to make them more resistant to graffiti (or at least more easily cleanable), and we have been working with the local sheriffs, the USFS, and Outward Bound to find some solutions.To that end, we are putting together teams of folks to go up to the Cobb Estate, weekly if possible, to clean the signs and clean up any trash that may be lying about. I am hoping to get enough people so that each team won’t have to clean more than once every six weeks or so, even less often if we can get more people
This process will start in January, once we have the signs cleaned and some other procedures in place with the Sheriffs and Forest Service.
To help out, contact Garrett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thx to Ty Harman for the tip!