Central Coast Wildflowers in the Fiscalini Ranch Forest

Central Coast Wildflowers in the Fiscalini Ranch Forest
Jun 4
10am - 12pm

Location: Registrants will be informed of location
Docent: Brian Morgan

Bring your curiosity along for an easy stroll through the Ranch forest as we look for brilliant displays of seasonal wildflowers. Which of these beauties are native?  How did the "invasives" get here?  Did our Native American population use any of these as food or medicine?  Learn how to let the forest be your guide as you connect with body, mind, and spirit while you notice new flora and fauna at each forest path turn.  Discover animal life barely hidden by our majestic monterey pine and coastal oak forest.  How does a 1/8 inch seed become a 100 foot tall giant?  How can we protect our native pine forest?   What can each of us do to insure future generations' enjoyment of our Ranch Preserve.

The walk is an easy 2 1/2 mile stroll on groomed forest paths with very little elevation change.  The walk is free and open to the public by reservation.  Wear closed toe shoes to protect the feet and long pants to protect from poison oak and brambles.  Children are welcome with adult supervision.  No dogs please.  Current CDC Covid guidelines will be followed.


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