Join us for a guided tour of 600 acres of restored riparian habitat that is part of a larger effort to preserve the forests and grasslands that line the Sacramento River and protect California’s precious resources. Riparian forests protect the state’s water supply, salmon populations, and provide flood control. In 1988, as little as 2 percent of these forests remained. The Nature Conservancy joined numerous partners to spark creative conservation approaches that have reversed this trend, restoring wildlife habitat and making more space available for public use. You will learn how this local project protects people in Hamilton City, while at the same time creating an important wildlife corridor. Enjoy lunch with the group, overlooking the Sacramento River.
Hosted by Gregg Werner & Susan Whitaker, Terry & Marilyn Thomas, Nancy Ruffner
Tickets: $40. Guest Limit 35