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Sunday, April 3, 2022
1:00pm – 3:30pm
$30 per person, ($25 for Friends of Pepperwood)
Ages 12 and up welcome
Meet at the Dwight Center
Join Clint McKay, Pepperwood’s Indigenous Education Coordinator for a hike to explore Pepperwood’s landscape, which sits within the traditional homeland of the Wappo people. As we traverse the trails and habitats of Pepperwood, Clint will share insights into his traditional ecological knowledge, focusing on the natural cycles and phenomena of the season.
This event includes a slow-paced hike of moderate difficulty, covering 1-3 miles on varied terrain. It will go on in light rain, though heavy storms will cancel. All events will follow current regional health safety guidelines. Please bring a mask and be prepared to wear it when indoors (in the bathrooms), and whenever 6 feet of courtesy distance cannot be maintained from others. If you do not feel well, please do not attend.
Clint is the descendant of several important local culture bearers that include the late Laura Fish Somersal and the late Mabel McKay. He is a Native speaker of the Wappo language and he also speaks some Pomo and is himself a culture bearer with extensive Native historical knowledge, not only of Pepperwood but also of the entire region. McKay is a capable naturalist with a deep understanding of plant communities and traditional Wappo methods of nurturing them. He is a gifted basket weaver and has served as Chair of the California Indian Basket Weavers Association for two terms. McKay is also a traditional Wappo spiritual leader and he is the headman of a traditional dance group. McKay has a Master’s Degree in Indigenous Education.Back To All Events
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Early bird registration for Friends of Pepperwood begins at 9am on Monday, December 6, 2021. Enter the code you received as a current Friend of Pepperwood to access early registration and to receive your discount. If you’re not sure about your Friends of Pepperwood status or don’t know the code, contact Sloane Shinn, Community Engagement, at email@example.com or (707) 591-9310 x 133. Click here to become a Friend of Pepperwood today!
Registration for the general public begins at 9am on Monday, December 13, 2021.
For all questions about this event, please contact Holland Gistelli, Education Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 591-9310 x 124.
This event is now sold out. To be added to the wait list please fill out this short form. Sunday, April 3, 2022 1:00pm – 3:30pm $30 per person, ($25 for Friends of Pepperwood) Ages 12 and up welcome Meet at the Dwight Center Join Clint McKay, Pepperwood’s Indigenous Education Coordinator for a hike to explore […]email@example.com