Author Archives: Matt De Young

Trail Talk #1: Trail Layout

In anticipation of receiving the stamp of approval on our CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) document, and the green light to begin trail construction, Drew and I have been out refining the trail alignment on several segments of the Flow … Continue reading

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Want more trails near Santa Cruz?

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz, the manager of the 8,500 acre Cemex Redwoods property, is collecting information from the public as it moves forward in creating a new management plan. Take the online survey and speak up for mountain … Continue reading

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Good news for public access to Coast Dairies

A lawsuit delaying the transfer of the large Coast Dairies property, north of Santa Cruz, to the Bureau of Land Management has been overturned. This brings public access to the property one step closer to fruition. Read the article from … Continue reading

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Field Trip to Tamarancho’s New Flow Trail for MBoSC’s Crew Leader Training Class

MBoSC’s crew leader training class took a field trip to Camp Tamarancho, near Fairfax in Marin County, this weekend to ride and learn about the new Endor Flow Trail that opened there this spring. The Endor Flow Trail is the … Continue reading

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