The El Cerrito Trail Trekkers formed in order to build, maintain, publicize and use the little known urban trails of El Cerrito, California. You can support us by joining or donating, or you can keep up with our progress by getting on our email list. Read more about us here. Follow us on Twitter @ECTrailTrekkers or Facebook . Read about our accomplishments in 2016 here, and our goals for 2017 here.
The full city schedule of events can be found here.
Coming January 15
On January 15 we will be holding our annual public meeting. We’ll review our accomplishments, plan for the new year, and elect officers. And after we’ve gotten that out of the way join us to hear about some of our more elusive neighbors, coyotes!
Since El Cerrito borders the East Bay Regional Park District and contains good habitat for wildlife, occasional interactions between coyotes and humans are likely. An understanding of how to co-exist with this beautiful and beneficial species is important.
Keli Hendricks of Marin-based Project Coyote will give an informative presentation and Q & A session about these remarkable animals.
Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization and part of the Earth Island Institute. As a coalition of scientists, educators, ranchers, and citizen leaders, it promotes compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science, and advocacy.
This meeting is free to ECTT members and $5.00 for others. Membership forms are available here or you can join at the door: $15-individual and $20-family. Membership dues help build trails, save open space in El Cerrito, and provide educational programs for the community.
Sunday, January 15, 2017, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m
El Cerrito Community Center
7007 Moeser Lane
Thanks to everyone who came out for July 4th
It was a blast meeting a lot of new people as well as catching up with old friends. For those of you who asked about our signage plan, you can learn more here.
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