Fillmore Fish Hatchery Ethnobotany Nature Trail
When: Every 3rd Saturday 9am – 12pm
Janurary 18th, 2020
Feburary 15th, 2020
March 21st, 2020
Where: 612 E Telegraph Road – Fillmore, CA (map)
Please join us at the Fillmore Fish Hatchery to prepare the new Interpretive Trail for its official public opening (coming soon)! There will be weeding, trail work, planting in the garden and planning for the opening in late March.
The Ethnobotany trail is growing with help from volunteers every 3rd Saturday of the month. Starting December 21st, be a part of creating and maintaining an interpretive trail telling the story of the river, it’s and history. This project is a collaboration between FSCR, The Santa Clara River Conservancy and CDFW. Initial funds were provided by the Coastal Conservancy to establish some first plants and now it is growing with care from volunteers and community donors. It is a resource for environmental science field trips as well as a peaceful trail to explore our local plants. Hope to see you there!
Please wear sturdy shoes, long pants, a hat and clothes you are happy to get dirty! We’ll have water and snacks but it’s always good to have your own water and sunscreen. We’ll have gloves and tools but bring your own if you’d like.
Directions: From Highway 126, take the turn for the Fillmore Fish Hatchery, 1/2 mile east of Fillmore. Please give time to look and make the turn safely as 126 can be busy. Parking available.
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