On a warm spring day 41 curious adolescents hiked hand-in-hand or were pushed in wheelchairs outside in the open air April 6 at Bear Yuba Land Trust’s Burton Homestead. Students from Nevada Union High School’s Special Education Department and boys and girls basketball teams were learning, exploring and all smiles.
Today rain is the talk of the office. Our Lands staff can’t get outside to continue planting the new pollinator garden at Adam Ryan Preserve. Our Trails staff can’t continue roughing in a new trail to South Wolf Creek at Clover Valley Preserve. The normally docile, tiny creek is now a raging torrent. So we all spent time indoors addressing long awaited things like mapping projects and reporting on grants.