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  • Monthly Trainings, Seminars & Classes
  • Annual Events to Benefit Stewards

Monthly Trainings, Seminars & Classes

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Learning Together, Teaching One Another (Teaching Resource Day)

Fee: FREE
Meets: Saturday, April 1, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/Stewards Office
Instructor(s): You!

This Teaching Resource Day is all about sharing skills, lessons, games, songs, and other fun educational activities with fellow Docents. Plan to bring some thing to share (or maybe a few things). It could have been taught to you, a lesson from a book/internet, or an idea you came up with yourself. Don’t be discouraged if you are new to Environmental Education or feel you don’t have anything to share… come anyway and learn from those more experienced!


 

Exploring the Intertidal Zone Field Seminar

Fee: $16 members, $20 non-members
Meets: Sunday, April 2, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Shell Beach
Instructor(s): Karl Menard (Aquatic Resources Manager at UC Davis Bodeg aMarine Lab)

Join a lively session of tidepool exploration. Dress in layers and bring water-friendly shoes. This seminar is geared toward adults, but children over 7 years are welcome with parental supervision.


 

Tracking: Seeing Patterns on a Landscape

Fee: $16 members, $20 non-members
Meets: Saturday, April 15, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Bodega Dunes Campground
Instructor(s): Meghan Walla-Murphy (Ecological Consultant)

Meghan will share the discipline and mechanics of tracking while she delves into the “Art of Seeing.” Observe animal behavior by tracking in a non-invasive way to research and conserve wildlife, which leaves both observer and observed at peace.

 

Easter Sunday Kids Low Tide Colorful "Critter" Hunt

Fee: $10 per family (sliding scale)
Meets: Sunday, April 16, 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM, Campbell Cove
Instructor(s): Stewards Staff, Naturalists & Docents

Bring your family out to the Sonoma Coast for an unforgettable experience! Kids will search the tidepools for colorful critters full of magic and delight. We will also have the Steward Ship on display, host a traditional colored egg hunt (bring your own baskets or pillow cases), have games & giveaways, and a craft table.

Remember to wear shoes that can get wet!

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The Wonders of East Austin Creek for Intrepid Hikers

Fee: $16 members, $20 non-members
Meets: Sunday, April 23, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, carpool from Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/Stewards Office
Instructor(s): Dr. Laura Morgan (author of Three Jewels: A Field Guide to Three West Sonoma County Trail Systems)

Laura Morgan, floral enthusiast, will highlight the beauty of meandering Gilliam Creek Trail, and provide opportunities to observe and appreciate abundant flowering plants that brighten Austin Creek SRA. This carefully guided hike traverses over 2000 feet of elevation change on 7 miles of rough trail, to the creek and surrounding forest primeval. Plan to carry fluids and a picnic lunch. NOTE: This is a moderate to strenuous hike. Please plan accordingly.

 

Annual Events to Benefit Stewards

APRIL 8-9 44th Fisherman's Festival
  22 Earth Day Restoration & Cleanup
  29 Family Day in Your State Park / Day of the Child
MAY 6 Armstrong Redwoods & Austin Creek Run
JULY 22 Gourmet Walk in the Woods
AUGUST 12 Sunset Dinner
  26-27     23rd Bodega Seafood Art & Wine Festival
SEPTEMBER     16 Old Grove Festival


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