Cowboy Camp Loop Hike – 2017 Latino Conservation Week Event
As part of Hispanic Access Foundation’s Latino Conservation Week, Tuleyome is hosting a guided hike at Cowboy Camp. During the family-friendly hike, participants will hike through oak grasslands long Bear Creek. When the trail crosses the creek, participants can return to the parking for a 3-mile hike. If there is enough interest, the trail continues on the other side of Bear Creek and leads to a large network of connect trails and the Cache Creek Wilderness.
Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). Latino Conservation Week was created to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.
During this week, community, non-profit, faith-based, and government organizations and agencies hold events throughout the country. From hiking and camping to community roundtables and film screenings, these activities promote conservation efforts in their community, and provide an opportunity for Latinos to show their support for permanently protecting our land, water, and air.
**Please note: Highway 16, north of Rumsey is currently closed and may continue to be so for this event. To reach Cowboy Camp from Woodland/Davis/Winters, take I-5 to Highway 20 in Williams. Turn left and take Highway 20 west to Highway 16 south (left). You can check the status of Highway 16 by visiting the CalTrans QuickMap HERE.
If you have questions, contact Nate Lillge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All participants agree to abide by the terms and conditions of Tuleyome’s waiver of liability which can be seen and downloaded HERE. All participants also understand that photographs will be taken at the event. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must tell the photographer and avoid the cameras’ line of sight.
A $5 donation to Tuleyome is requested, but is not required to participate in this event.
|Location||Cowboy Camp (Highway 16, one mile south of Highway 20)|