Training opportunities for new docents at the Putah Creek South Fork Preserve

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Putah Creek Council invites the community to learn more about the nature that surrounds us and share that magic with others as a South Fork Preserve Docent. The Docents have been leading guided nature walks and Pop-Up  Nature Centers at the South Fork Preserve, and upcoming training events are an ideal opportunity for new members to join this enthusiastic group.

The South Fork Preserve is located on Mace Blvd. and offers stunning creek views, paths to traverse the riparian corridor, and an opportunity to replace the city buzz with that of pollinators and overhead birds.

For more information about the Docent program and how to participate, join Putah Creek Council staff at an upcoming information session to learn more. Two meetings will be held at the Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, Small Conference Room (in the Children’s Department), 315 E. 14th Street, Davis on Monday, Jan. 7 and Wednesday, Jan. 16, both from 5:15 – 6 p.m. Find more details and register at, or by calling the Putah Creek Council office at 530-795-3006.


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