Come join Larry Turner, a sixth-generation Fort Bragg resident and avid train enthusiast, as he talks about conservation on lands that were once dominated by railroads and the logging industry. Larry will touch on the history of the Caspar Southfork and Eastern Railroad and its path along and impact on Hare Creek and Bunker Gulch. Larry will also explore the history of Crowley, a stop along the Skunk Line that was once a logging camp and is now surrounded by conserved land held by the Mendocino Land Trust.
Larry is an entertaining dinner party guest, so we encourage you to bring your dinner - participants will be on mute until a Q&A after the presentation. If you don't turn on your video no one will see you chewing! Type your questions in the chat at any time, and we'll save them up for Larry to answer after the featured presentation.