“Tahoe’s Spectacular Wildflower Trails” Book Release with Julie Carville

June 20, 2016 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Join Bear Yuba Land Trust’s Stewardship Program Manager Erin Tarr for this visit to Sequoya Challenge Preserve on the Independence Trail originally created by Naturalist John Olmsted.  BYLT works with California State Parks on the upkeep of this popular trail, the nation’s first wheelchair-accessible wilderness trail known for its Gold Rush era wooden flumes with Rush Creek and South Yuba River views. Part of a monthly series, Tarr will share the projects and plans for each unique property during this community outings.
WHAT: Book Release with wildflower author Julie Carville
WHERE: Lucchesi Wine Tasting Room, 128 Mill Street, Grass Valley

COST: Free – Reservations NOT required – Seating is limited (wine not included)

Join Bear Yuba Land Trust for this long anticipated event – the release of Julie Carville’s new guidebook, “Tahoe’s Spectacular Wildflower Trails.”

Julie will share stories about high elevation wildflowers and give an overview of when and where to find the best wildflower displays in the Tahoe region and Grouse Ridge area. The book includes: a Flowers by Color section for easy flower identification, a tree guide, Native American plant knowledge, hikes for all ages and abilities, and is illustrated with 870 color photos. The book will be available for purchase and signing by the author.

Julie Carville is one of the Land Trust’s most popular trek leaders, and the book reflects her warm and personal style. Julie Carville was the 2014 recipient of BYLT’s John Skinner Sierra Outdoors Recreation Award.

For questions, please contact Melony Vance at (530) 272-5994 x200 or melony@bylt.org.