NEWS FROM WHF
Thank you to all who participated in WHF’s Auburn Ravine Creek Cleanup on September 21st! As part of the 11th annual Great Sierra River Cleanup, WHF and volunteers contributed to the effort to clean Sierra Nevada waterways by removing 1,360 pounds of trash and debris along the creek. Some odd items collected from the Auburn Ravine included three shopping carts, a large jar of pickles, and a Christmas tree with a stand.
Darla Guenzler, Executive Director
PROTECTING VITAL HABITAT IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
WHF recently closed a 242-acre conservation easement on a beautiful working ranch nestled in the hills of Merced and Santa Clara Counties. The ranch provides high quality habitat for California tiger salamander, California red-legged frog, San Joaquin kit fox and is adjacent to protected California tiger salamander breeding habitat and oak woodland habitat.
-Kelly Velasco, Associate Director
Placer Farm & Barn Tour
Lincoln High School Farm will be featured on the The PlacerGROWN Farm & Barn Tour on Sunday.
Wildlife Heritage Foundation staff will be on hand at Lincoln High School Farm sharing about our unique Outdoor Education Programs that take place at the wetlands preserve connected to the LHS Farm.
Lincoln High School Farm is located at 6001 William Lane, Lincoln, CA 95648.
PlacerGROWN Farm & Barn Tour is a FREE event, for more information please visit:
-Veronica Griffiths, Education Coordinator