Join us on November 13th at 6:30 pm for a program featuring the Sierra Foothill Conservancy!
The Sierra Foothill Conservancy is a non-profit public benefit corporation who’s goal is to “preserve special places for future generations.” With the help of volunteer time and donations they protect wildlife & preserves native flora and historic rangelands, provide educational and recreational opportunities for the community, promote scientific study of foothill ecosystems, and maintain open spaces and beautiful vistas.
They provide a variety of guided hikes, classes and special events for the public to enjoy these spaces. A variety of new experiences are now available, including Guide Trail Rides for the entire family to enjoy, Geology, special Animals on the Preserves, the first Open Preserve Day and up to the Table Top and back. Registration for these and more are available on their web site at https://sierrafoothill.org/!
Representatives from the Conservancy will be on hand at the November meeting to give a program and answer questions about areas the Conservancy is involved in that are good for photography (landscape, wildlife, etc.) and discussing what permissions are necessary, access, proper care and stewardship while visiting.