Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 7, 2013

Tejon Ranch Wildflower Hikes

Submitted by Spencer Westbrook

If interested sign up right away as hikes fill quickly

Dear Friends of Tejon Ranch Conservancy,

This is Scot Pipkin, the Public Access Coordinator for Tejon Ranch Conservancy. I am pleased to announce that we have added our spring 2013 hike schedule to our website. In an effort to increase the diversity of our offerings, we have tried to schedule a good mix of driving tours and hikes throughout this beautiful property. Since we still do not know how the wildflower displays will shape up this year, several of the events have locations to be determined (TBD). Once we have a better feel for the flower displays, these trips will be scheduled for the most impressive areas. We should know where these trips are going about 3-5 weeks before the date of the event. To see the Tejon Ranch Conservancy Spring 2013 event schedule, please click the link below and scroll to the bottom of the page (you can “switch to list view” in the upper right hand corner of the calendar to see only our events):

I would also like to remind you to limit your registration to two (2) events per season in order to accommodate as many participants as possible.

Finally, I would like to encourage you to feel free to approach me via e-mail or telephone with any questions, comments or concerns that you may have. It is my goal to tailor the public access program to best serve the community. I look forward to seeing you all on the Ranch!


Scot Pipkin




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