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With the recent rains, changes are taking place rapidly in the landscape of Clear Lake State Park.
Take the opportunity to check it out by joining park docent Walt Lyon on Sunday, March 8, for a walk on the park’s Indian Nature Trail.
Meet Lyon at the front entrance parking lot at 8:30 a.m. to start the ascent of this intriguing hillside trail. Wear sturdy walking shoes for safety on this trail.
Lyon will describe how American Indians used the natural resources along this trail to enrich and sustain their lives. Many plants were prepared for medicinal uses and others for food. Many plants had multiple uses.
The Indian Nature Trail was built in 1959 for a mere $1,000 to give park visitors a great walking experience, as well as showing the importance of the natural resources in the park. Take time out of your busy schedule to enjoy this trail for all seasons.
Rain cancels the walk. There is no entrance fee to the park for participating in walks.
Docent led walks are scheduled for the second and fourth Sunday of each month. The next walk will be with Glenn Smith on March 22.
Location: Clear Lake State Park is located at 5300 Soda Bay Road, Kelseyville.