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Rosemont Preserve Native Plant Tour this Saturday, February 28th, 9-11am

Rosemont Preserve Native Plant Tour

Join us on Saturday, February 28th from 9:00am – 11:00am for a guided walk at the Rosemont Preserve. Learn to identify local native plants on this tour led by Nicholas Hummingbird, an indigenous Californian with a background in habitat restoration, ecology, plant medicine and environmental horticulture. Co-leading the walk will be Tim Martinez, Outreach Coordinator for the Arroyo Seco Foundation and board member of the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy. Both are passionate conservationists who work tirelessly to preserve our native habitat for future generations.

Sample chia seeds, elderberries and other native foods as we discuss the various medicinal, spiritual and practical uses of native plants as they have been used in Southern California for thousands of years.

Native plants will be available for purchase after the tour.

The Preserve is located in La Crescenta at the north end of Rosemont Avenue, just past the chain link fence.

Directions: Exit La Crescenta Avenue off 210 fwy, proceed north to Foothill Blvd., turn right to Rosemont Avenue, turn left. Parking is available at Two Strike Park which is on the left side of Rosemont Avenue, 2 blocks before you get to the preserve (5107 Rosemont Ave).

**Rain Cancels**

We hope to see you there!


Happy New Year from Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy!

Photo by Mickey LongHappy New Year to all our wonderful supporters!  Here are a trio representing the many residents around Cottonwood Canyon in Pasadena we are trying to provide a home for by purchasing the property and preventing its development.

Stay tuned for upcoming events at Cottonwood Canyon - we hope you all can come visit this beautiful natural resource right in your own backyards!

Photo by Bill Grassie

Photo by Lance Benner

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