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Theme: San Francisco Bay Area Wildflowers

Six Sure-Fire Wildflower Hikes

A Few More Wildflower Tips

Identifying the Mystery Plant

Wildflower and Plant Guides - Web and Electronic Resources


Other Features

Pigs, Pigs and More Pigs...

How Green is Your Gear?

Celebrate Earth Day 2000/California Trail Days and National Trails Day at Arastradero Preserve


Wild Lit

Note from the Literary Editor

Monte Bello - Devavani Chatterjea-Matthes

After a Measured Cup of Warming Brandy - Tim Bellows

Comings and Goings - Christopher Woods


Departments

From the Editor

Park News

Trail Center Notes

Upcoming Events

The Trail Companion

Spring 2000 - Summary

Spring 2000 - PDF format

Current issue

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The Trail Companion (ISSN 1528-0241 (print); 1094-222X (online)) is the quarterly newsletter of the Trail Center.

Editor: Scott Heeschen
Staff Writer: Geoffrey Skinner
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The Trail Companion

Spring 2000

Upcoming Events

Trail Construction and Maintenance

Ridge Trail, Sanborn-Skyline County Park

We anticipate surveying the portion between the current end of the Skyline Trail two miles south of Summit Rock and the Lake Ranch area in early summer. If the route is approved, construction could begin in spring 2001.

Arastradero Preserve

Any Mountain will sponsor both our California Trail Days/Earth Day 2000 and National Trails Day events as we complete the Acorn Trail reroute. See the complete story in this issue.

Portola Redwoods State Park

A campout at Portola will kick off a day of repair on the Slate Creek Trail on August 19th. Community Impact will join us to clean up debris, repair pig damage, rehabilitate retaining walls and improve drainage. Entrance and camping will be free for participants, but reservations will be required for camping.

If you would like to get involved with any of our projects, e-mail us or call (650) 968-7065.



     
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