Put on some sturdy footwear and join the Northcoast Regional Land Trust for a walk through the meadows, wetlands, and estuary of Freshwater Farms Reserve, Saturday, March 21st from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Special guest presenters Terry Roelofs (Professor Emeritus, HSU Department of Fisheries Biology), Michael Wallace (Environmental Scientist, CA Dept Fish and Wildlife) and Bob Pagliuco (Marine Habitat Resource Specialist, NOAA Restoration Center) will speak about the importance of fisheries on the property, the historic distribution of coho salmon in this lower watershed, the loss of salt marsh and slough habitat in Humboldt Bay, restoring habitat for threatened coho and lessons learned on this demonstration site for compatible uses of agriculture and restored tidal wetland.
Please meet at Freshwater Farms Reserve (5851 Myrtle Ave, Eureka - just south of 3 Corners Market). Park parallel to the road near the barn and meet at The Farmstand (south of the nursery). No RSVP required. This event is FREE and families are encouraged. Rain or shine, dress appropriately for weather conditions. The walk is approximately one mile over uneven terrain.