I’ll be sharing a Bigfoot Trail Presentation exploring the hike and the natural wonders along the way for this month’s meeting of the California Native Plant Society, North Coast Chapter. I hope you can join me!
“The Bigfoot Trail: A Celebration of Klamath Mountain Flora.”
May 13, Wed. 7:30 p.m. At the Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, 251 Bayside Rd., Arcata.
The Bigfoot Trail travels 360 miles across the Klamath Mountains from the subalpine slopes of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness to the temperate rainforest in Crescent City. Michael Kauffmann, the trail’s originator, will take you on a photographic journey along the route to celebrate the region with both the common and rare plants along the way, including 32 species of conifers. Visit www.bigfoottrail.org to preview the route. To get ready for summer hiking, an updated map set and write-up for the route will be available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds going to North Coast CNPS. Michael’s new book, A Field Guide to Manzanitas, will also be available with all proceed going to North Coast CNPS.
Also, coming soon…
- May 16th, 2015 –Salmon River Restoration Council – Russian Wilderness Hike,. Meet @9am in Sawyers Bar
- June 4th, 2015 – San Luis Obispo Chapter California Native Plant Society “Conifers of the Pacific Slope“
- August 15th-16th, 2015 – Siskiyou Field Institute “Exploring the Russian Wilderness and the Miracle Mile“
- September 17th-20th, 2015 – Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation “Field Trip to Crater Creek RNA“
2 Replies to “Bigfoot Trail Presentation”
Sounds like an interesting presentation; sorry I can not make it. If you ever do a show in The Bay Area please let me know. Just talked with some folks from our local open space organization (San Anselmo Open Space). They might, (possibly, maybe) want to have you make a talk at their 2016 spring fund raiser. Would like to preview your show before making a request.
Looking forward to receiving “Field Guide to Manzanitas”
Thanks a million in advancee
Hi Brian- thanks for the note. I’d love to come to the Bay Area and share my presentation. Here is a link to my CV that has a list of my keynote talks as well as a youtube video of one of my presentations a few years ago.
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