On Feb. 10, participants will explore the wonders of the Litton Trail near Sierra College. Bear Yuba Land Trust's first trail project, the Litton Trail, weaves through a forested greenbelt alongside a pretty irrigation canal. This urban trail provides opportunities to get off the pavement and enjoy nature while still in the heart of town. A conservationist is someone who advocates or acts for the protection and preservation of the environment and wildlife.
These outings are designed for children ages 5 to 12, accompanied by a parent or other caregiver. Suggested donation is $10 per family.
Other special outings and events planned for this spring include:
Birding with Ted Beedy at Black Swan Preserve on March 17,
a guided hike on Independence Trail on April 21,
a BioBlitz Citizen Science Youth Summit on May 6, and
Wildflowers with Botanist Cynthia Gilbert at Garden Bar Preserve on May 12.
This summer, stay tuned for a Fireside Chat Series at Inn Town Campground with gatherings for families, teens, women in the outdoors, hikers and an adventure and learn panel; a weekend of activities is planned for Celebration of Trails June 1-2 and Hank Meals will lead a challenging High Country Hike for experienced hikers into the newly conserved Lindsey Lakes area of Grouse Ridge.
Other treks are planned, including EquiTreks for the trail horse folks.
Learn more and register HERE for TREKS.
Questions or Comments? Contact Community Engagement Manager Laura Petersen