Category Archives: environmental

Addressing the opposition to the Pogonip multi-use trail

We have noticed some misleading information concerning the proposed Pogonip multi-use trail (MUT) on news articles, comments and printed material around town. This post is going to address the misinformation and provide the facts about this proposal. Misinformation: This trail … Continue reading

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Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure at Roaring Camp

The Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure program is a new program which will be offered by Roaring Camp in 2008. It’s a shining example of a great eco-tourism experience which combines learning about the local history of Roaring Camp and the … Continue reading

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Mountain Biking and Outdoor Education

I was notified of an interesting program offered by Roaring Camp which combines family mountain biking with outdoor education: It is with much excitement that “we” share with you the beginnings of our NEW family cycling program through the California … Continue reading

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Sand Hill Bluff/Coast Dairies celebration

Yesterday, I went to a celebration for the conveyance of Sand Hill Bluff and the coastal side of the Coast Dairies properties to California State Parks. As a father and environmentalist, we are very fortunate that Sand Hill Bluff and … Continue reading

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Meat the Beetles

Chris Spohrer – an Ecologist for the SC district of State Parks – contacted me the other day to let me know about the annual migration of the Ohlone Tiger Beetles. In Graywhale Ranch at this time of year there … Continue reading

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