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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 26, 2010 7B Grc00up c:, : ,l eb rates 25 years L Feather River Coordinated Resource Management will celebrate 25 years of water- shed work Friday and Satur- day, June 11 - 12, in Red Clover Valley. The group plans a variety of events. The celebration begins June 11 with a steering com- mittee meeting 10 a.m.- noon. A tour of the Red Clover Creek project will follow at I p.m. The Red Clover Creek demonstration project was the CRM's first restoration project, Folks are welcome to fish Red Clover Creek, between 4 p.m. June 11 and noon June 12, and help collect fishing da- ta. Anglers should bring their own tackle and must have a California fishing license. Camping is available the night of June 11. Tents, trail- ers and RVs are all welcome, but the site is not developed. Campers should bring their own gear and drinking wa- ter. A portable .toilet will be available. Pre-registration is constructed in 1985. Restora- required. tion of three more miles of Saturday's events begin channel and 400 acres of mead- with a continental breakfast ow was completed in 2006. 6:30 - 10 a.m. Evening activities get un- A bird walk will leave camp derway with a barbecue at 4 at 6:30 a.m. The diversity of p.m. Diners have a choice of habitats -- from riparian and tri-tip, chicken or veggie burg- wet meadow to sagebrush and er, with an array of side dish- upland forest --offers an out- es, dessert and drinks. Tickets standing opportunity to see a are $12, per person and pre- variety of bird species. registration is required. A plant walk will commence at 10 a.m. Folks should plan on a two-hour walk through wet meadow, grassland and sagebrush habitats -- and the timing is right for wildflow- ers. A plant book, hand lens and binoculars are helpful but not necessary. A cultural history tour also leaves camp at 10 a.m. Red Clover Valley has a rich histo- ry dating back to pre-historic times. Highlights of this two- hour walk include the re- mains of Clover Valley School (circa 1873), the Clover Valley logging railroad (1921:1929), prehistoric seasonal camps and aspen tree carvings. For all outings, participants should wear sturdy boots and bring sunscreen, water and food. For driving directions to the campsite or to pre-register for camping and/or the barbecue, visit Paid Political Advertisement Bring integrity back to Sacramento Donate, Volunteer, Organize 530.315.4464 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Christina Billeci to the California State Assembly District 3 - 2010 Sudoku Puzzle #1820-D 6 3 9 1 4 7 1 2 8 9 5 5 9 6 6 7 3 6 8 4 9 Difficult 3 7 1 9 2 4 5 OX Tails s  u . 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