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Saturday November 23, 2pm
In 2012 the community funded the purchase of eight pristine acres of Goss Canyon at the top of Rosemont Avenue, to be held by a local conservancy as a nature preserve. We will do an educational stroll through the Rosemont Preserve. Locals Rich Toyon and Frank Colcord will be our guides. They will talk about the geology, ecology, and human history of Goss Canyon. They will also give a history of the purchase of the property and its benefits to the community.
The hike is fairly easy and flat, but bring water, and take precautions such as wearing a hat, sunscreen and closed-toe shoes. For the sake of the animals who live in the preserve, no dogs please.
The Rosemont Preserve is located at the top of Rosemont. There is no parking at the Preserve itself. Please park at Two Strike Park a couple of blocks below. A shuttle to the preserve will be available.