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Mt. San Jacinto Hiking Club Message Board › Two spaces still available for Santa Cruz Island trip this coming week

Two spaces still available for Santa Cruz Island trip this coming week

Thom D.
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Ventura, CA
The Geologic Maps Foundation (GMF) is leading a hiking and geologic field trip (geo-hikes) to the western 3/4s of Santa Cruz Island (Nature Conservancy portion), September 25-28, 2018 (Tuesday-Friday). Trip will do short hikes and provide the participants a good understanding of the terrain, beaches and geology of the island and some of the offshore too. In addition to the natural science educational value of the trip, this is a unique opportunity to see the largest portion of the island. You do not have to be a geologist to attend just interested in the natural sciences.

GMF has reserved the Santa Cruz Island Reserve Field Station for 3 nights and 4 days.

More info and rsvp at:­
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