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Hopland Field Station Tour & 7th Annual AVLT Wildflower Walk

UC Extension Forestry Advisory Greg Guisti will host a tour of selected areas of the 5,300-acre UC Hopland Field Research Station on April 19, 2014 for Anderson Valley Land Trust from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. The tour will include a pre-historic petroglyph site, oak genetic regeneration plots, possibly an active turkey vulture nest site, an overview of Ukiah Valley to discuss "landscape ecology", and a spot to look at wildflowers in one of the biological areas. For more information on the Hopland Field Station please go to Participant numbers will be limited to 40. Please call the AVLT office at 895-3150 or email to reserve your spot and receive more information about the day. Vehicles will be used to travel to the various sites at the field station. (Barbara Goodell)

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