|When||Saturday, December 8, 2012, 10am – 12pm|
|Event Location||Meet at the Roy’s Redwoods Loop trailhead on Nicasio Valley Rd in San Geronimo.|
|Directions||From Hwy 101 in San Rafael, take exit 452 for Central San Rafael west. Follow 3rd St approximately 1 mile, continue on 2nd St, which merges into 4th St. 4th St turns into Red Hill Ave after 0.6 mile; follow for 0.5 mile. Stay right onto Sir Francis Drake Blvd and follow 7 miles, turn right onto Nicasio Valley Rd. Gate is approximately 0.5 mile up on the right.|
|Type of Event||Family, Hikes, Interpretive Walk|
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Join us for a family walk where we will talk about our native plants and their traditional uses. We will cover some basic outdoor safety then explore the preserve. This is a great hike to learn the basics for surviving a night lost in the woods. Participants will also get a glimpse into how our ancestors survived prior to the luxuries of cell phones and modern medicine. This will be an easy 1 mile hike but will include climbing over fallen trees. Dress in layers, wear sturdy shoes (it could be muddy or slippery), and bring water and snacks. Friendly dogs are welcome, but must be leashed. Rain will cancel the event. Questions: Call (415) 473-2816.