Botany in Your Backyard: Fremont Trail

Date: Sunday, May 5, 2019

Time: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Instructor: Natalie Love

Location: Fremont Trail

Member: Freemont Trail @ $20.00
Nonmember: Freemont Trail @ $30.00

Join Natalie to learn 10-15 of the dominant chaparral plants of Santa Barbara. We will hike about 1 mile up this moderate trail while discussing the ecology and composition of this unique and characteristic plant community.

The hike will begin at Fremont Ridge Trailhead on East Camino Cielo. The trailhead is located 1.6 miles east from the intersection of Hwy 154 and East Camino Cielo.

Participants should bring water, a hat, sturdy shoes, a jacket and sun protection.

Instructor

Image of Natalie Rossington and Caulanthus inflatus taken by Kristen NelsonNatalie Love is a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara and studies the evolution of California's native plants. She is currently working to understand how California's jewelflowers (plants in the genus Streptanthus), will evolve in response to future climate change. She loves teaching and has experience teaching at many levels from junior high to college. As a Santa Barbara native, she enjoys botanizing in the mountains on weekends and geeking out in the Botanic Garden during all times of the year.

Category: 
Travel/Day Trips
Botany/Natural History
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Botany in Your Backyard

This spring, join Natalie for a look at the plants of three common hiking areas.

Register for all 3 classes to receive a discount
-or- register for each class individually, see dates & class details below:

March 24: Romero Canyon 

April 14: Coil Oil Point 

May 5: Fremont Trail 

- registration required for all events -