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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 5, 2010 9A Sierra Institute Center ofedgeable about the family's about the importance of Forestry invites residents and history and details surround- acorns to the Maidu and dis- visitors to experience a Maidu ing Maidu culture in this area cuss other food sources and way of life on a special tour of Indian Valley. preparation. Saturday, May 15. The tour will begin at 10 Shortly after the walk, par- Farrell Cunningham, whose a.m., with refreshments and ticipants will stop at an old ap- Mountain Maidu ancestors orientation at the Sierra Insti- ple orchard for picnic lunch have lived in the valley for tute office on Main Street in and more stories. thousands of years, will guide Taylorsville. The Feather River Land the tour. Then it will be time to board Trust owns the Heart K He has a wealth of knowl- the bus for a drive out to the Ranch, and trust president edge of both Maidu and Indian historical Heart K Ranch in Betsy Kraemer manages the Valley history and is one of Genesee. property. the few remaining speakers of Once there, participants Kraemer will describe the the Maidu language, will enjoy a casual one-mile role of the land trust and dis- Cunningham also has a vasthike on the ranch, stopping cuss the history and restoration knowledge of native vegetation along the way to discuss of buildings on the ranch. Par- and is active in the promotion Maidu history, culture andticipants will be back in Tay- of traditional ecology, or Na- language, as well as native lorsville no later than 4 p.m. tive stewardship of the land. vegetation, food gathering and Space on this tour is limited; He currentlw teaches preparation, and forest man- call early and make reserva- Maidu language courses in agement, tions. Grass Valley. Cunningham will lead par- Morning refreshments, MarvinCunningham, his fa- ticipants in a meandering lunch and bus transportation ther, occasionally joins the walk reminiscent of nomadic tour to share his expertise and ways, while he tells stories are provided as part of the tour, knowledge. He was born andand talks about vegetation and The cost is $50 per person or raised in the Genesee Valley landscape features. $95 per couple. and has lived here all his life. Participants will visit anFor reservations, visit sier- Both men are very knowl- oak grove, where he will talk rainstitute.us or call 284-1022. Fourteen unique tours, tunity to get off the beaten iting a songbird research designed to introduce path and explore a mix of station, anddiscovering local residents and people, places and projects native plants and animals, visitors to the challenges in the northern Sierra. while learning about the and opportunities of nat- Each tour will be to onelocal Mountain Maidu. ural resource managementor more sites where local Participants on one tour in the northern Sierra experts will share theircan travel the old Beck- Nevada, are offered thisknowledge and experience, wourth stage route while season, participate in discussions learning about Jim Beck- The tours are sponsored and answer questions, wourth and other settlers by the Sierra Institute The tours provide a who came to the northeast- Center of Forestry and forum for controversial ern Sierras. cover a broad array of topics, such as a proposed Tours include bus trans- naturalresource andruralcopper mine near Indian portation, morning re- issues, including forestValley, to be discussed freshments, and lunch or and watershed n anage- openly withlocal resource dinner. ment, critical bird habitat, management professionalsFor a compiete 2010 tour fire ecology, and local cul- andother experts, schedule, or to request ture and history. 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