Sierra College Nature Area - March 24
Join us on March 24, 2018 at 10am to explore Sierra College Nature Area. We will be hiking on the cross-country path in the nature area (wide, gently sloping), traverse across Secret Ravine Creek to a unique geologic area and Native American site. Along the way we will (hopefully) see common foothill wildflowers including Blue Dicks (Dichelostemma capitatum), Wally Basket and other Triteleia, California Saxifrage (Micranthes californica), Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii), Woodland Star (Lithophragma affine) and a host of native trees, shrubs, and grasses. Depending upon rain, we might see many species of fungi.

We will also discuss the development future of this area (and south Placer as a whole) and how we have a unique opportunity to preserve this 90 + acre area for future generations.

Meeting location: Please park at the K parking lot on Sierra College Blvd, just north of the solar lot. Meet by the gate to the service road. Free parking on Saturday.

THIS TRIP WILL BE LIMITED TO 20 PARTICIPANTS. We will post when the trip is full and you will not be able to complete the RSVP form.

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