The world around us is greening-up. The red Indian Warriors are thrusting out of the forest floor and millions of tiny California Gold flowers are carpeting some meadow areas. Spring is arriving! This is a perfect time to come to the next Hayfork Cooperative meeting for Christina Johnson’s presentation on medicinal plants that grow wild here or are easily grown in our gardens. This is a free event but donations are welcome for the presenter and the server.
Have you ever looked at a picture of a coral reef or snorkeled above one and been awed by its beauty? Possibly wished you could not just look at it, but be a part of it? On Tuesday, February 16, 7 - 9 P.M. at Northern Delights Coffee House, 7091 State HWY 3, Hayfork Ginny Rice will be presenting an information talk on coral reefs and showing a video of her scuba diving adventure to Palau and its coral reefs.
Hayfork Cooperative will help us prepare for one of the delights of winter: attracting and occasionally feeding birds during winter-time, that time of year when they can use a meal the most. "Bird Feeder Basics" will be led by Trinity County's own Pat Frost on Tuesday November 17, 7 to 9 PM, at Northern Delights Coffeehouse. Pat Frost, retired manager of the Trinity County Resource Conservation District, is a Biology instructor at Shasta College where he often teaches about birds.