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2000 Field Trips

August 2000
  • Tahoe Rim/Meadows, August 5th. Leader Dave Weixelman.

July 2000

  • Little Valley, July 8th. Leader Hal Klieforth.
  • Snow Creek meadow and wetlands restoration site at Kings Beach, July 15th. Leader Steve Matson of CNPS will conduct this visit of the area owned by California Tahoe Conservancy and being worked on by that agency, Placer County, and CalTrans. Co-leader John Dyer.
  • Barker Pass, July 22nd. Leaders Gary Monroe and Steve Matson.

June 2000

  • Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Spring Service Trip (Lahontan Audubon Society and the Sierra Club), Saturday and Sunday June 3rd and 4th. Participants help remove unnecessary barbed wire fences to protect pronghorn antelope, mule deer, and bighorn sheep, as well as people. Heavy gloves and old clothes are a must. Carcamp and enjoy a potluck dinner with refuge managers. Work on Saturday and tour the refuge on Sunday. Leaders Rose Strickland and Dennis Ghiglieri.
  • Red Clover Valley, Sunday June 4th. Leaders Bill and Nancy Harnach, Paul Mungan, and Fred Peterson.
  • Verdi to Dog Valley, June 10th. Leader Janet Bair.

May 2000

  • Bass Flat, south of Fallon, Saturday May 6th. Leaders Gary Monroe and Jim Morefield.
  • Annual Celebrating Wildflowers Week field trip, Saturday May 20th. Top of Peavine Mountain. Leaders Randy McNatt, Jodi Sawasaki, and Arnold Tiehm.

April 2000

  • Photographing wildflowers, Saturday April 29th. Leaders Bonnie Larsen and Tim Stach.

1999 Field Trips

August 1999
  • Mount Rose, leaders Paul Mungan and Desi Zamudio.
July 1999
  • Mt. Lassen National Park (weekend camping trip), leader John Dyer.
  • Antone Meadows, leader Gary Monroe.
June 1999
  • Sierra Valley, leaders Bill and Nancy Harnach and Paul Mungan.
  • May Arboretum/Peavine Mountain (combined trip with the Napa Chapter of the California Native Plant Society), leader Lynda Nelson.
May 1999
  • Geiger Grade (in conjunction with Celebrating Wildflowers Week), leaders Randy McNatt and Arnold Tiehm.


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