Inspiring Connections between People, Places & Wildlife
Were gold miners the first competitive downhill skiers in the Western Hemisphere? Plumas Ski Club believe so. Posted in www.sierranevadageotourism.org to stimulate tourism and capture Gold Rush history of the region.
"Through the Eyes of John Muir~Practices in Environmental Stewardship" A field studies curriculum guide for third and fourth grade students.
Marker describing MIddle Village at the mouth of Columbia River, once home to the Chinook tribe of Native Americans for thousands of years.
"Mornings on Fair Oaks Bridge" blog describes wildlife wake up activities at the Fair Oaks Bridge crossing of the American River written in first person narrative, with photos and videos.
Great Blue Heron visits American River, looking for Chinook Salmon coming home to spawn.
This is my salmon, so stay away. Feasting on the American River.
Springtime at Fernandez Ranch in Martinez, a John Muir Land Trust property
Cottonwood Charcoal Kilns in Inyo County stand as a reminder of the impact of the Gold Rush on forests, rivers and landscapes.
Argonaut, Kennedy and Eureka Mines post is one of more than 100 CA Historical Landmark narratives posted on sierranevadageotourism.org to stimulate tourism by highlighting unique places to visit.
Sacramento Tree Foundation - LEAF Steward Urban Forestry Volunteer Training program designed to build organization capacity to serve the community.
Sunrise the morning after rain as seen from Fair Oaks Bridge crossing the American River.
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