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Talking Trees

Saturday, October 03, 2015
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Corina Roberts
805 217 0364
Location Details:
Chilao School is located in the heart of the Angeles National Forest, and two miles from the famous Newcombs Ranch Bar and Restaurant.
To reach Chilao School, DO NOT USE GOOGLE. Follow written directions, and look for signs on the road. From Sunland Tujunga take Oro Vista which become Big Tujunga Canyon to Upper Big Tujunga Canyon, turn right and proceed nine miles to Angeles Crest Highway, where you will turn left and proceed about eight more miles to Chilao School (look for Redbird/Chilao School signs).
From the Antelope Valley/14 freeway, exit Angeles Forest Highway. Proceed over the top of the mountain and down into a valley past Mill Creek campground. Turn left onto Upper Big Tujunga Canyon (look for Redbird signs). Take Upper Big Tujunga Canyon for 9 miles to Angeles Crest Highway. Turn left. Proceed 6 more miles to Chilao Road/Chilao Campground. Follow signs through campground to Chilao School.
From the Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley area, take the 210 freeway to Angeles Crest Highway/Highway 2 exit. Turn north, up hill, away from the city, toward the mountains. If you immediately come to Foothill Boulevard you turned the wrong way. Go up the highway 26 miles to Chilao Road. Turn left into Chilao Campground. Follow signs to Chilao School.

Saturday, October 3 beginning at 10 AM - Talking Trees
Co-hosted with Tree People
We are very excited about this workshop and encourage everyone who has an interest int he health and well being of trees and forests to attend. This will be an unparalleled learning opportunity, with guest speakers who have earned their knowledge hands on, including Johann Michael Lockard, Los Angeles County Fire, Forestry Division, Johann Melissa Lockard, Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District, Thierry Rivard, Roger Klemm, Corina Roberts and others. This event is free; there will be a potluck style lunch with Redbird providing a main dish, drinks and snack items; contributions from guests are welcome but not required.
Added to the calendar on Sat, Aug 15, 2015 1:26PM
by Corina Roberts
by Corina Roberts
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