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Friday, April 10, 2009

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Assorted Eco News from DEL NORTE COUNTY:


http://www.smithriveralliance.org/rcranch.html

In May 2002, the Alliance acquired Rock Creek Ranch from Ralph and Dorothy Hollingsworth, who were both active and volunteered widely in the community. The Alliance is has continued that community spirit with many cooperative projects both on and off the property including youth camps, community education programs, and retreats.

The fifteen-acre property has a significant amount of Smith River frontage.


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Bear Basin Butte Botanical Area

Six Rivers National Forest Directions: From the town of Gasquet travel east on Hwy 199 10.6 miles to Little Jones Creek Rd. Follow signs to Bear Basin Butte Lookout staying on Route 16/17N05. At about 20.5 miles turn left onto 16N02 and continue to gate at 20.8.

http://www.northcoastcnps.org/plbear.htm

http://www.californiaredwoodsbirdingtrail.org/bearbasinbutte.html


http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/sixrivers/recreation/lookout/


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The Redwood Empire: Howland Hill Road Offers Majestic Beauty, located within Jedediah Smith State Park

http://redwoodempire.blogspot.com/2009/01/howland-hill-road-offers-majestic.html

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