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HIKE CANCLED - Edible and Useful Plant Hike- Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

Laguna Canyon Foundation

Sunday, May 5, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)

HIKE CANCLED - Edible and Useful Plant Hike- Laguna...

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Early pioneers found their uses for local and introduced plants, and now science is finding out about potentially valuable medicines in our wild backyard. Learn about these edible and useful plants during a moderate, but steep, uneven 3.5-mile hike (670-ft. elevation gain) with Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteer naturalist, Karin Klein (author of 50 Hikes in Orange County) at Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, James Dilley Preserve (east side of Laguna Canyon Rd/SR-133, just north of 73 Toll Road). Bring a shade hat and at least 16 oz. of water.


For questions call: 949-497-8324. Parking: $3/vehicle. Donation: $2/person.


Help support Laguna Coast Wilerness Park and Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park by becoming a Friend of the Laguna Canyon Foundation. Your contribution will allow us to continue educational and interpretive programs, support our 300+ volunteer corps, enhance park nature and interpretive centers, restore native habitat, protect natural resources and acquire additional parkland.


If we have to cancel the event due to weather or other circumstance we will notify you through your provided email address.

Have questions about HIKE CANCLED - Edible and Useful Plant Hike- Laguna Coast Wilderness Park? Contact Laguna Canyon Foundation

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on HWY 133 .25 miles north of Toll Road (73)
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Sunday, May 5, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)


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Laguna Canyon Foundation

The Laguna Canyon Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting, enhancing, and promoting the South Coast Wilderness area.

This 20,000-acre area of includes Laguna Coast and Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Parks, Crystal Cove State Park, and the City of Irvine Open Space Preserve. We work to Keep It Wild!

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