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Register for Great Redwood Trail Webinar, May 13

EPIC has organized an informational webinar on the Great Redwood Trail happening via Zoom on Monday, May 13, at 2 p.m. This webinar is open to the public and will host folks from Friends of the Eel River, the California Coastal Conservancy, and Round Valley Indian Tribe. Panelists will educate us on conservation, economic, and recreational opportunities stemming from the trail as well as the ongoing tribal consultation process.

The Great Redwood Trail is a more than 300-mile, multi-use, rail-to-trail project connecting the San Francisco and Humboldt Bays. This trail will travel through some of the wildest and most scenic landscapes in the country, including old-growth redwood forests, oak woodlands, and the Eel River Canyon.

The Draft Master Plan has been released, with public comments due on June 3rd. The Great Redwood Trail Agency developed this plan with ideas and suggestions from California Native American Tribes, adjacent landowners, trail enthusiasts, law enforcement professionals, local government partners, and hundreds of community members.

To attend the webinar on May 13, please register here. EPIC has organized this webinar through their leadership with the Power in Nature Coalition’s Far Northern Regional group. Power in Nature is a coalition of over 100 different environmental and tribal organizations, land trusts and community groups, banning together to further 30x30 conservation in California. 30x30 is an international and now-codified statewide goal to protect 30% of coastal waters and land by the year 2030.

See you all there!


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