A~3 hr stroll through evolving landscapes of Tolay Lake, Petaluma
36 US dollars
5869 Cannon Lane, Petaluma CA
We will meet at a Tolay Lake Regional Park Parking Lot, explore the views of the fault-scape, sag ponds, & marshes. Learn about the formation of the landscape, the rocks in the surrounding land, and how this land will continue to change in the near & distant future.
EASY TO MODERATE TRAIL: This locations have been chosen for its easy paths and general openness. We will explore the Historic Lakeville Road Trail, West Ridge Trail, Burrowing Owl Trail & Cardoza Road Trail, walking ~2.2 miles and gaining ~180ft elevation.
-Participants pay for their own parking pass for the Sonoma County Regional Park
-Each participant must sign up under their own Appreciating Earth member account
-This even may be canceled (with refund) if the weather is inclement
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