2017 Latino Conservation Week Events


July 27, 2017

NATURE & YOU LECTURE: TRAIL BUILDING WITH BAM BAM

Event Description:

You may have walked, hiked or biked trails before, but do you know what goes into actually creating them? On Thursday July 27, Tuleyome’s trail guru Eric “Bam Bam” Barnett, and our Home Place Adventures program event coordinator will provide information on how trails are built, what makes for a “good” trail, and how Tuleyome works to maintain and restore trails in our region. The presentation will include a brief history of trail building as well as discussions about some of the common tools used on trail projects. Tuleyome helps to maintain many miles of trails in the Berryessa Snow Mountain region and is committed to enjoying public land while helping to protect and restore the natural landscape. you can also learn about volunteering to do trail building, maintenance, and restoration work at this event. This lecture is free to the public.



Event Sponsor(s):
Tuleyome

Date & time:
July 27, 2017
6:30 pm  -  8:00 pm

Location:
Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library
315 East 14th Street
Davis, CA, 95616

Open to the Public:
Yes

Cost:
FREE

Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Mary Hanson with Tuleyome at 530-350-2599 or mhanson@tuleyome.org.


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Latino Conservation Week is a collection of events from variety of organizations. Hispanic Access Foundation is only directly responsible for events in which it is listed as a sponsor. 

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