The Trail Council provided a trail update yesterday at the invitation of the esteemed West Calaveras Rotary meeting at La Contenta Golf Club in Valley Springs. We highlighted what’s happening in their backyard along the Camanche-Pardee Reservoir shores. Here’s the short presentation:
Just arrived home from a terrific mixer full of wonderful folks in Arnold, a small town near the trail in the Upper Mokelumne River Canyon segment. The topic was developing a ‘handshake’ with the local business community to help both sides thrive. Click on the picture to view the presentation. Thanks to everyone who welcomed the trail into the community!
That’s the title of Dana Nichol’s January 2nd Stockton Record article, reporting on this beautiful location in Camanche/Pardee segment. Thank you Dana!
All of this wintry, wet weather has us thinking about spring and wildflowers. We hope you enjoy these images from last year’s annual wildflower walk along the Longest Mile trail in the Camanche – Pardee segment, led by Steve Diers, Ranger & Naturalist with EBMUD.
Photos by Gary Hughes and Joel Metzger are available, we are waiting for link updates. Many thanks to Gary and Joel for taking these wildflower walk images.
This year’s Longest Mile Wildflower Walk is Saturday, April 9th. See calendar for details and learn how to make a reservation to be on this guided walk.