Canoe the Slough 2022

Guided sea level rise tour of Humboldt Bay and Freshwater Slough

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Canoe the Slough 2022

Saturday at 12:00 PM PDT

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Add to Calendar 2022-09-10 12:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Canoe the Slough 2022 Join local climate adaptation scientists, an environmental interpretive specialist, and Northcoast Regional Land Trust supporters on a guided interpretive paddle in kayaks through Humboldt Bay & Freshwater Slough. Learn about the impacts of sea level rise on our local agricultural lands, critical infrastructure, and habitat. Meet at Woodley Island Marina Dock A at noon (601 Startare Dr, Eureka, CA 95501). We will carpool to Freshwater Farms Reserve and launch from Freshwater Farms Reserve by 1 pm. We will paddle out from FWFR to the island following the receding tide, completing the tour by 4 pm. The event capacity is 25 boats, so get your tickets now! This 5-mile paddle requires sustained movement. All boats and gear provided. Dress warmly, wear a hat, and bring water and a snack. Ages 12 and up welcome – families encouraged! Please get in touch with NRLT Community Engagement Manager Matthew Morassutti with any questions ([email protected], 707-822-2242) 5851 Myrtle Avenue<br>5851 Myrtle Avenue, Eureka, CA 95503, USA

Join local climate adaptation scientists, an environmental interpretive specialist, and Northcoast Regional Land Trust supporters on a guided interpretive paddle in kayaks through Humboldt Bay & Freshwater Slough. Learn about the impacts of sea level rise on our local agricultural lands, critical infrastructure, and habitat. Meet at Woodley Island Marina Dock A at noon (601 Startare Dr, Eureka, CA 95501). We will carpool to Freshwater Farms Reserve and launch from Freshwater Farms Reserve by 1 pm. We will paddle out from FWFR to the island following the receding tide, completing the tour by 4 pm. The event capacity is 25 boats, so get your tickets now! This 5-mile paddle requires sustained movement. All boats and gear provided. Dress warmly, wear a hat, and bring water and a snack. Ages 12 and up welcome – families encouraged! Please get in touch with NRLT Community Engagement Manager Matthew Morassutti with any questions ([email protected], 707-822-2242)

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The Northcoast Regional Land Trust's

Canoe the Slough is back this year at

Freshwater Farms Reserve!


Join us on Saturday, September 10th, for a guided sea level rise tour of Freshwater Slough and Humboldt Bay. Local climate adaptation scientists and an interpretive specialist will teach us about the impacts of sea level rise on our local agricultural lands, critical infrastructure, and habitat.

Meet at Woodley Island Marina Dock A at noon (601 Startare Dr, Eureka, CA 95501). We will carpool to Freshwater Farms Reserve and launch from Freshwater Farms Reserve by 1 pm. We will paddle out from FWFR to the island following the receding tide, completing the tour by 4 pm.  The event capacity is 25 boats, so get your tickets now! Ages 12 and up for this 5-mile paddle. Single and double kayaks are available.

Please get in touch with NRLT Community Engagement Manager, Matthew Morassutti, with any questions ([email protected], 707-822-2242)

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Thank you to Humboats Kayaking Adventures for generously providing kayak rentals for this event!





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Want to experience the Northcoast Regional Land Trust for yourself? Our ambassador property, Freshwater Farms Reserve, is open daily from 9 am – 6 pm and is a great place to get out on the land.
Visit us at 5851 Myrtle Ave!

Support the Northcoast Regional Land Trust by clicking the Buy Tickets button in the upper right.


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