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Ukiah Art Center

Ukiah Art Center

Art Center Ukiah is a non-profit organization with classes, workshops, and public events. Corner Gallery Ukiah is an artist cooperative with local artists showing their work and in a full variety of art forms. See the Artists page for the full range of media we work in. ACU and CGU are located next to each other, with an interconnecting door. See the Events page for what’s happening next. Local galleries host the Ukiah community on the first Friday of every…

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Tidepools and Seaweed Discovery Hike

Tidepools and Seaweed Discovery Hike

Learn about Lost Coast tidepools and their inhabitants in this free guided hike offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. This is an easy walk, but be prepared to get wet! To see a complete Summer Hike Program schedule, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org. How to Participate This hike will be in Shelter Cove. For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants should call the Hike Line…

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Tolowa Dunes Stewards

Tolowa Dunes Stewards

The mission of the Tolowa Dunes Stewards is to enhance, restore, and conserve the natural and cultural resources found in the coastal wildlands, wetlands, and tidelands of Tolowa Dunes State Park, the Lake Earl Wildlife Area, and Point Saint George Heritage Area. The Tolowa Dunes Stewards is a project of the Smith River Alliance and is a collaboration of nature enthusiasts, scientists, graduate students, and other citizen volunteers. Types of Volunteer Work Needed Invasive plant removal Monitoring beach use Trash…

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The Philo School of Herbal Energetics

The Philo School of Herbal Energetics

The Philo School is located on 16 acres of enchanted land, 16 miles in from the Pacific Coast junction of Highways 1 and 128. The school offers Apprenticeships, Classes, Tours and prepares herbal products to include salves and hydrosols. 13 acres of the land are untouched redwoods with paths. 3 acres accomodate organic gardens and orchards, as well as housing. Director Mary Pat Palmer, MA, RH, is a Registered Herbalist who offers Certificate classes on Herbal Medicine. The Philo School…

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The Secret Life of Insects Hike

The Secret Life of Insects Hike

Learn about the insects of the Lost Coast during this moderate hike in the King Range National Conservation Area, offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. To see the complete Summer Hike Program schedule, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org. How to Participate For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants should call the Hike Line at (707) 986-5415. Dates and Times Saturday, June 19, 10:00am to 12:00pm….

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Streamflows and Fish Hike

Streamflows and Fish Hike

Learn about the effects of streamflow on fish in this free guided hike offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. This will be a moderate hike – participants should be prepared to get wet. To see the complete Summer Hike Program schedule, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org. How to Participate For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants should call the Hike Line at (707) 986-5415. Dates…

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Skunk Train

Skunk Train

Considered one of the Most Scenic Railroads in North America, Skunk Train trips are offered from two stations located at opposite ends of our railroad in the communities of Fort Bragg and Willits. Except for the passengers’ high-tech cameras and modern garb, a time traveler from the last century would feel quite at home riding Skunk Train today. With occasional whistles as it chugs through tunnels, over bridges and past open meadows, the train follows the coastal “Redwood Route” as…

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Rising Moon, Setting Sun Hike

Rising Moon, Setting Sun Hike

Enjoy the beauty of the setting sun and the rising moon from atop King Peak in this free guided hike offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. This will be a strenuous hike to King Peak in the King Range National Conservation Area. To see the complete Summer Hike Program schedule, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org. How to Participate For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants…

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Mattole Water Projects Tour

Mattole Water Projects Tour

Learn about the efforts of Sanctuary Forest to protect the Mattole River through various water projects in this free guided hike offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. This will be an easy walking tour. To see the complete Summer Hike Program schedule, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org. How to Participate For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants should call the Hike Line at (707) 986-5415….

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Map and Compass Skills Hike

Map and Compass Skills Hike

Learn map and compass skills while hiking in the King Range National Conservation Area during this free guided hike offered by Sanctuary Forest and the Bureau of Land Management. This will be a moderate hike. For a complete schedule of hikes, visit www.sanctuaryforest.org How to Participate For detailed information about the hike, directions to the meeting area, and to reserve a space (reservations are required), interested participants should call the Hike Line at (707) 986-5415. Dates and Times Saturday, August…

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