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BYLT Art In Nature Installations

Grass Valley, CA Grass Valley, CA, United States

Art in Nature Installations: BYLT proudly presents the following site-specific works by local artists, on view throughout the month of June. “Without Walls,” a collaborative project between artists Elizabeth Winters & Amanda Post along Cascade Canal and Orene Wetherall Trails. “Nest,” an interactive sculpture by Peggy Wright located at the conjunction of Wildflower Ridge & Rough


Tales & Trails

Grass Valley, CA Grass Valley, CA, United States

Join Bear Yuba Land Trust and Nevada County Library for an enchanting adventure at Tails and Trails this summer! Embark on a leisurely stroll through the woods as we bring stories to life amidst nature's embrace. 🗓️ Event Dates: Tuesday, June 26 at 9:30 am - Wildflower Ridge Trail. Please meet on the right side


Immerse Yourself in Nature

Truckee Ranger District Office 10811 Stockrest Springs Rd, Truckee

Jared Manninen is a certified California Naturalist, birder, botanizer and nature photographer who’s lived in South Lake Tahoe since 2005. He’s worked in the outdoor recreation industry for most of his time living at Lake Tahoe. Jared is also the creator of the backcountry blog, where he shares information about hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing,

Nature Hike: Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Sierra Nevada

South Lake Tahoe

Come explore South Lake Tahoe’s variety of edible and medicinal plants with Sierra Nevada Alliance and Gina Woods. Join us for a two-part series of nature walks led by Gina, where participants will learn how to use, identify, and care for the region's native species. In this two-part series, participants will learn about local edible

Summer Exploration Series with TINS: Botany and Birds

Ward Creek

Join the Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA) guides and nonprofit partner Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS) naturalist, Sarah Hockensmith, on a stroll at Page Meadows in search of mountain wildflowers and birds on Tahoe’s West Shore. The TRTA is the primary steward of the Tahoe Rim Trail system, and TINS is a valuable ecological stewardship organization

TAMBA Women’s Trails College

Boulder Lodge 140 S Benjamin Dr, Stateline, NV, United States

Women’s Trails  College: Introduction to Trail Building Do you love trails and want to learn more? Do you identify as  F(Femme), T(transgender), W(women), or N-B(Non-Binary) and want a safe, inclusive space on the trails? This training is for you! Click here for more information and to register.

Wild Tahoe Weekend: Lake Tahoe Bird Festival

Taylor Creek Visitor Center Visitor Center Road, CA-89 N, South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

Get ready for a wild time during Wild Tahoe Weekend, June 29-30, 2024 at Taylor Creek Visitor Center! To kick off Wild Tahoe Weekend, TINS will host the 11th annual Lake Tahoe Bird Festival, Saturday, June 29 from 10am until 3pm. We will be offering many opportunities to connect with, watch, and enjoy birds. The

BYLT Celebration of Trails Street Party

Commercial Street, Downtown Nevada City Commercial Street, Nevada City, CA, United States

Celebration of Trails 2024 Street Party Come out and celebrate with your fellow hikers when we take over Commercial Street for our blowout street party! This FREE event features local band Suika T performing live in front of Crazy Horse, booths staffed by local recreation partners, family activities, and more! Winners of the Summer Star


Wild Tahoe Weekend: Native Species Day

Taylor Creek Visitor Center Visitor Center Road, CA-89 N, South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

On June 30, LTBMU and Great Basin Institute will host the Native Species Festival. This festival is a great way to spend the day outdoors and learn about the many native plant and animal species of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Attend walks led by field professionals and explore educational booths from various public and nonprofit

11th Annual Keep Tahoe Red, White and Blue Beach Cleanup

Lake Tahoe Basin Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

After Tahoe’s celebrated July 4th festivities, our beaches and surrounding areas can become covered with trash, endangering wildlife and the Lake’s clarity. Each year on July 5th, Tahoe residents and visitors turn out for the largest cleanup of the year to remove litter from Lake Tahoe’s shores. You can help Keep Tahoe Blue by volunteering

June Lake Trails Day 2024

June Lake Community Park 90 W Granite Ave, June Lake, United States

Join June Lake Trails Committee and Friends of the Inyo for a fun morning of maintaining popular trails and picking up trash and fishing line around the June Lake Loop.  Friends of the Inyo will provide gloves, trash bags, and tools. Bring water, sunscreen, and appropriate footwear for hiking. No charge. All ages welcome! Click

Volunteer Stewardship Day 1 at Conway Ranch

Conway Ranch Conway Ranch Road, CA, United States

Join us for a good day of hard work in the Sierra on Wednesday, July 10th from 9am-1pm. We’re gathering a team of hardworking volunteers to help restore native plant habitats and pull mullein weeds on this beautiful property north of Mono Lake in Lee Vining. This property is owned and managed by Mono County,