On a Friday morning in early March, I visited the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary in Irvine to look for birds. “This is a hot spot,”…
Irvine Regional Park’s heritage trees and picnic ground have made it a family favorite for 123 years.
The berries on the lemonade berry shrub are a significant food source for birds and small animals.
Plein-air painters capture the beauty of The Irvine Ranch’s 57,500 acres of preserved open space.
A recent video of Irvine Regional Park lit up the Irvine Standard website and drew thousands of Facebook likes, shares and comments by people recalling…
The hike takes you past avocado orchards and deep into Irvine’s Northern Open Space Preserve.
Innovative ideas are helping to conserve open spaces for future generations.
Irvine’s avocado groves are rooted in the city’s agricultural history and are among the most sustainable in America.
Here are our top seven destination hikes to experience the natural beauty of The Irvine Ranch.
The 20-million-year-old, red-sandstone cliffs of Limestone Canyon are a natural wonder right in Irvine’s backyard.