Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 9, 2018

Wildflowers of Garden Bar Preserve – BYLT Trek on May 12

YubaNet reports on a rare opportunity to visit Garden Bar Preserve

Join Botanist Cynthia Gilbert, co-owner of Tarptent, and former BYLT board member Joe Byrne for this rare adventure into the heart of BYLT’s 652-acre Garden Bar Preserve on the Bear River. Just in time for Mother’s Day, participants will pass through six locked gates and forge across a creek into the heart of this beautiful, remote and rugged California landscape steeped with history.

“Our trip to the Garden Bar Preserve will take us into a classic Foothill Oak Woodland where we will see four to five species of oaks including Blue Oak, Gray Pine, and a variety of wildflowers including Lupine, Wild Carnation, Bridge’s Triteleia, and Caterpillar Phacelia. This majestic preserve is at peak beauty in the spring so we are fortunate,” said Trek Leader Cynthia Gilbert.

Read full article at  Wildflowers of Garden Bar Preserve – BYLT Trek on May 12 | YubaNet


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