Events

Chapter Meeting

Our in-person chapter meeting scheduled for January 18th has been postponed. We will be holding a board meeting over Zoom on that day instead


Restoration Events

Locations to be determined

  • Sunday, January 16, 2022 10 am to 1 pm
  • Saturday, January 22, 2022 10 am to 1 pm
  • Sunday, February 6, 2022 10 am to 1 pm
  • Saturday, February 12, 2022 10 am to 1 pm

Field Trips

Henry Cowell State Park Field Trip

Sunday January 23, 10am to 2pm (bring lunch, water)
Leader: Deanna Giuliano
Hike is limited to 12 people. Heavy rain cancels. Carpooling is encouraged
Contact Deanna Giuliano at drosegiuliano@yahoo.com or 831 278-2699 for more info and to RSVP

Hike Henry Cowell with Deanna Giuliano and enjoy spectacular panoramic views from the observation deck while seeing our local Arctostaphylos silvicola in full bloom along with a few other local manzanitas in this special sand hill habitat that meanders through the forest and redwoods. This 5-mile round trip hike is a leisurely walk through the woods. Bring water, layers, sunscreen, hat, and a lunch.

Meet at the County Juvenile facility off Graham Hill Rd.

Fort Ord Field Trip

Wednesday January 26, 10am to 2:30pm (bring lunch, water)
Leader: Andy Werner
Hike is limited to 12 people.
Sign up with Andy at: apwerner44@gmail.com.

Join Andy Werner at the Gigling Road parking area of Fort Ord for a field trip into the beautiful maritime chaparral habitat. Duration of the hike is 10-2:30, mileage is around 5-6 miles with some elevation gain, but nothing steep. The pace will be moderate with stops to look at and talk about plants. Bring lunch, water.
Due to the very confusing nature of the many unmarked and similar looking trails, if you start this hike you are going to have to do the whole hike.

Directions: Take Lightfighter exit off Hwy 1, go into Fort Ord and turn right on Gen. Jim Moore Blvd. Go a couple blocks to Gigling Rd and turn left onto Gigling. Follow Gigling past the large Department of Defense building on your right to a gated area and park in the sandy area on your right—bingo! You are there. There are no bathrooms or any facilities at all.
We will focus on the beautiful, but confusing Arctostaphylos genus, as well as the incredible diversity of Fort Ord!

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