Bigfoot  Trail  Alliance

Talking Bigfoot Trail in Ashland, Oregon

September 17, 2015 @7PM on the Southern Oregon University Campus

The Bigfoot Trail: A Celebration of Klamath Mountain’s Flora

The Bigfoot Trail travels 360 miles across the Klamath Mountains from the subalpine slopes of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness to the temperate rainforest in Crescent City. Michael Kauffmann, the trail’s originator, will take you on a photographic journey along the trail and celebrate the both the common and rare plants along the way—including 32 species of conifers. Author, educator and ecologist Michael Kauffmann has a MA in Biology from Humboldt State University. Michael’s books (Conifer Country, Conifers of the Pacific Slope, and the just-released Field Guide to Manzanitas) will be available along with maps and posters of the Bigfoot Trail.

Refreshments at 6:45 pm, meeting and program at 7:00.

Location: Stevensons Union, RM 330, Southern Oregon University Campus. Free and open to the public. For information, contact Dave Garcia at davegarcia@charter.net

The Bigfoot Trail is a journey to discover the natural history of the Klamath Mountains.

The Bigfoot Trail is a journey to discover the natural history of the Klamath Mountains.

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