This Saturday Nov. 4, 930am-1230pm
Ivy-pull at Pilot Point Nature Reserve
Saturday Dec. 2, 930am-1230pm
Ivy-pull at Sotsin Point, Baker Beach
Join us in Land Stewardship (trail restoration, ivy pulls and beach clean up) at our public beach properties along Scenic Drive including Houda Point, Luffenholtz Beach and Baker Beach.
New volunteers welcome. Contact us for details and RSVP. 677-2501
Join us Friday November 24th (Day-after-Thanksgiving) for a Family Beach and Dunes Walk at Little River State Beach from 10am-noon. Join our guest ecologists who share facts about dune ecology, sensitive shorebird habitat restoration and our Ca Coastal Trail initiative to cross the Little River!
Don't miss this chance to walk off that holiday feast and connect with the beach. Reserve your spot on this 10am-noon hike by calling 677-2501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet at the Little River State Beach, Dune Trail parking area: north of Clam Beach, take Crannell exit off Hwy 101, head southwest on beach frontage road, and park in the first gravel parking lot on left.
Learn more about our guided nature walks or naturalist training sessions by contacting us at 677-2501; email@example.com
Saturday November 4th from 2 to 5pm
The Land Trust and Civic Club announce a memorial service honoring the life of Dr. Chi-wei Lin (May 16, 1936 - May 23, 2017) at the Trinidad Town Hall. Chi-wei was a community volunteer, artist, physician and Trinidad mayor with a long list of selfless accomplishments.
The 2pm service will be followed by a reception and artwork benefit from 3:30 to 5pm at the same location featuring these paintings and many more by Chi-wei. The proceeds from the sale of the paintings will benefit the Land Trust in efforts to maintain trails and beaches, and the Civic Club in efforts to save the Memorial Lighthouse.
There are over 100 paintings ranging in price from $20 to $400. Any paintings remaining after the benefit will be hung at the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust's Simmons Gallery at 380 Janis Court for the month of November. Gallery hours Sat./Sun. 1-4pm
Saturday October 7th 10am-11:30am
The Trinidad Light House was built in 1871 and for decades light house keepers lived out on the rocky head and maintained the light and bell houses. Meet at the Trinidad Head Trail at State Beach parking lot at 955am, for a walk to the historic site and learn more about its fascinating history.
Please RSVP to reserve your space in one or more of the naturalist training sessions or guided walks by contacting Trinidad Coastal Land Trust at 677-2501 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Coastal Clean-Up at Luffenholtz Beach
Join Land Trust Volunteers September 16, 9am - noon Hosted by our land trust and locally organized by the Northcoast Environmental Center, California Coastal Cleanup Day is the largest volunteer event in the US and International Coastal Cleanup Day is the largest volunteer event on the planet!
Join the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust in cleaning up at Luffenholtz Beach Park. Meet at the parking area above the beach off of South Scenic Drive (just north of Houda Pt./Camel Rock) at 9:00 AM. Bring gloves, a reuseable water bottle, a bucket if you have one and wear sturdy shoes. Other equipment will be provided.
Thanks for helping! For more information please email 'email@example.com' or call our office at 707-677-2501.
2017-09-16 2:00 pm - 2017-09-16 4:00 pm
1639 Trinidad Scenic Drive, Trinidad, CA, United States
Sunset Naming Ceremony and A Circle of Gratitude at Houda Point
Saturday Sept. 16th, 6:30pm-8pm
Land Trust supporters, donors and members are invited to join us the early evening of Saturday September 16th at our Houda Point (Camel Rock) ocean vista property (on the bluff near the parking lot) for a special inaugural annual ceremony appreciating the land and the people who support our conservation efforts. This meaningful outdoor event will be a time to reflect on loved ones, place, the coastal beauty and to honor those who have made a donation to help the land trust acheive its mission of protection coastal land in perpetuity for public benefits and access for all.
Land trust member and donor names and the names of individuals’ who’ve had a donation made ‘in honor of’ or ‘in memory of’ will be read aloud, around a ceremonial fire, with blessings and the intention of appreciating people and place. There will be live harp music and time for reflection. We welcome our members, donors and all guests to share in this special ocean sunset event.
Reservations are appreciated. Please R.S.V.P. and call our office with any questions. All donations and names received by September 12th will be included. Finger foods and refreshments will be served following the reading. There are no restrooms available on site. Please arrive 10 minutes early.
Contact Ben at 677-2501 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday Sept. 9th, 9am-noon
Guided Geology and Biology Walk
@ Trinidad State Beach and Marine Lab
Trinidad Rocks, Geology & Habitats of Trin. State Beach
Learn the stories rocks can tell, led by Danny O’Shea, HSU Geology and Oceanography lecturer. Danny is skilled at helping us understand the processes that shape the coast and create the dramatic landscapes we enjoy. This field introduction to the geology and habitats of Trinidad State Beach is the first session of the fall Trinidad Naturalist Training (see box below for more on the training series).
Meet at the parking lot at the base of Trinidad Head for a field exploration followed by a tour of the HSU Marine Lab. Field session space is limited.
Please RSVP to reserve your space in one or more of the sessions by contacting Trinidad Coastal Land Trust at 677-2501 or email@example.com