Corwins guide tour of Crellin Canyon Nature Trail

9/20/08 9-11:30am: For our September Ecology work day, Harry and Judy Corwin led Jeff, Peggy and me down the trail, pointing out the 27 trail markers and 4 information brochure boxes. During the outing, information boxes were replenished, a rotten trail post was replaced, overhanging branches were clipped, poisin ivy was removed and flagged (at the request of Linda Bell), and a few mullein heads were clipped and bagged.

I took pictures and gps readings along the way and estimate that the trail is 0.75 miles roundtrip with a 300 foot drop into the canyon. Thank you Corwins for all the work you have put into the trail during the last 10+ years. 

Judy adds brochures to info box
Judy adds brochures to info box
Harry describes local ecology to Peggy, Jeff and Maggie (far right).
Harry describes local ecology to Peggy, Jeff and Maggie (far right).

One Reply to “Corwins guide tour of Crellin Canyon Nature Trail”

  1. The Corwins had a wealth of information and knowledge concerning the trail to pass on to us. I hope I can retain even a small percentage of it and gain more as time goes on.
    Thanks Judy and Harry, and thanks Ellen for taking the time to come along and map the trail with your GPS.
    It really is beautiful down there this time of year.

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