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Forest Highway 1: Flowers, Insects, and Vistas

When: Wed., Feb. 10, 7 p.m. 2021
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) invites the public to "Forest Highway 1: Flowers, Insects, and Vistas," Wednesday, February 10, at 7:00 p.m. Visit for a link to the Zoom presentation. From Berry Summit, the highest point on HWY 299 between the coast and Willow Creek, and driving south on Titlow Hill Road, one soon reaches Six Rivers National Forest FH1, gateway to a botanically exciting and invigorating mountain experience. The serpentine soils, rock outcrops, and west-facing grasslands all support interesting plants, and the vistas are stunning. Local CNPS members Pete Haggard, Carol Ralph, Ann Wallace, and Donna Wildearth will present their favorite photos collected over the seasons and years in the Horse Mountain-Grouse Mountain corridor.



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