On Saturday, July 13, Friends of the Lower Calaveras River (FLCR) will host its sixth Riverwalk of 2013, free of charge to the public!
This month’s riverwalk will be a continuation of our seasonal walk series: Summer; A Guided Tour of the University of the Pacific Native Grass Restoration Site.
The walk will be led by FLCR volunteer James Marsh and Fish and Wildlife biologist Donnie Ratcliffe.
We’ll meet at the UOP Footbridge & walk the entire length of the 3-acre UOP Native Grass Restoration site from just west of the bridge to the Pacific Ave. bridge and back–about a half-mile leisurely stroll down on the flood plain. Along the way we’ll point out native and invasive species, explain efforts underway to shift the balance between them back toward the native side, witness the progress of the December 2012 plantings, view the abundant animal life & activity on the site and answer questions.
For more information, contact Riverwalk Coordinator Kristine Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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