Dive into an oak woodland and learn about our iconic oaks as well as the animals and plants
that thrive among them. Explore the lives and ecosystem interactions of acorn woodpeckers,
ants, and Manzanita, as well as the crucial roles played by butterfly host plants.
Kate Marianchild, naturalist and author of Secrets of the Oak Woodlands, and Linda MacElwee,
naturalist with the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District,
join us at Galbreath Wildlands Preserve for a day of educational exploration.
There is a fee of $25 for this event, which includes a picnic lunch catered by Yorkville Market. Space is limited for this outing and reservations are necessary. Additional information, picnic options, detailed instructions and directions will be provided when we confirm your reservation.
To RSVP or for more information please contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or call 707-895-3150.
Anderson Valley Land Trust
Navarro River Resource Center
Sonoma State University and Galbreath Wildlands Preserve
These outings are made possible in part by grants from
Friends of Rancho Navarro Fund and the Pearson Family Fund
of The Community Foundation of Mendocino County, and
the Frederick E. and Anne R. Barstow Fund at the East Bay Community Foundation.