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Monday, March 9, 2009

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A Look at 4 Preserves in East Fresno County's Sierra Foothills


http://www.sierrafoothill.org/preserves.htm

list of preserves owned by the Sierra Foothills Conservancy

At this moment in its history, the Sierra Foothill Conservancy is the proud owner of four nature preserves: the Mary Elizabeth Miller Preserve at Black Mountain the McKenzie Table Mountain Preserve, the Tivy Mountain Preserve and the Austin & Mary Ewell Memorial Preserve at Fine Gold Creek. Although they are all located in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Fresno County, they are remarkably diverse in their history, their topography, and their plant and animal life. In fact, they stand as splendid examples of the rich diversity of different habitat types in this region. SFC offers guided hikes on all three preserves.

http://www.sierrafoothill.org/fine_gold_06.htm

on 719 acres Ewell preserve

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