Inspiring Connections between People, Places & Wildlife
Field trip curriculum for Lewis & Clark National Historical Park. Marker for Middle Village - home of the Chinook tribe that once lived at the mouth of the Columbia River.
Cottonwood Charcoal Kilns in Inyo County stand as a reminder of the impact of the Gold Rush on forests, rivers and landscapes. Learn more about the Sierra Nevada Region at www.sierranevadageotourism.org
Gold miners in Plumas County, California held the first ski competitions in North America. Learn more hidden history of Gold Rush towns of the Sierra Nevada Region. Visit www.sierranevadageotourism.org.
Seagull guards its salmon during the fall run on the American River - photo from "Mornings on Fair Oaks Bridge" blog
A series of short features to highlight places to visit, eat, shop, cycle and hike posted on Rails to Trails Conservancy "Traillink.com."
Spring newsletter feature for John Muir Land Trust welcomes visitors to Fernandez Ranch in Martinez to enjoy scenic views and wildflowers.
"Through the Eyes of John Muir~Practices in Environmental Stewardship" A field studies guide for grades three and four.
"Mornings on Fair Oaks Bridge" blogs capture morning wake up activities of wildlife on and near the bridge using narrative, photos and video.
Great Blue Heron waits at the American River for Chinook Salmon coming home to spawn - photo from "Mornings on Fair Oaks Bridge" blog.
One of more than 100 narratives describing California State Historical Landmarks. Argonaut, Kennedy and Eureka Mines were one of the largest gold producers during the Gold Rush in California.
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