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Native Plants and Pollinators Walk April 14

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March 24, 2012 03:21PM
Native Plants and Pollinators Walk April 14
Release Date: Mar 22, 2012


San Bernardino, Calif., March 22, 2012 – Come join the San Bernardino National Forest on Saturday April 14 for a short walk to learn more about native pollinators and the services they provide for you.

The walk is provided as part of the US Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region’s 2012 Pollinator Special Emphasis area which has been developed to call attention to the importance of butterflies and native bees in providing important services for food production and ecosystem health. Entomologists Chris McDonald of UC Davis, Doug Yanega of UC Riverside and Forest Service wildlife biologist Anne Poopatanapong will be guiding the walk in the Old Morris Ranch area.

Date: Saturday April 14

Time: 10:00 a.m. - walk will last until 1:00 p.m.
(The group will caravan to the tour site, so do not be late!)

Location: Lake Hemet Market
56571 California 74
Mountain Center, CA 92561 - 4 miles east of SR74 & SR243 junction
(The group will caravan to the tour site, so do not be late!)

Who: Open to all age groups, no dogs please.

What to Bring: water, snacks, insect repellent, sunscreen and wear suitable footwear.

For more information, please call Anne Poopatanapong at (909) 382-2935.

About the U.S. Forest Service, San Bernardino National Forest

The San Bernardino National Forest is comprised of three Ranger Districts spanning 676,666 acres in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. From the desert floor to the pristine mountain peaks, the San Bernardino National Forest offers natural environments, spectacular scenery, developed campgrounds and picnic areas, numerous recreational opportunities, and the solitude of quiet wilderness and open space for the over 24 million residents of Southern California and those visiting the area. The forest environment also provides habitat for numerous plants and animals and is crucial in sustaining drinking water, air, and soil quality. Learn more at http://www.fs.usda.gov/sbnf
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Native Plants and Pollinators Walk April 14

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