You’re Invited to ‘Float the South Fork of the Eel River’ with the Institute for Sustainable Forestry on May 20th
This is a press release from the Institute for Sustainable Forestry:
As part of ISF’s “Circle Around the Sun” series of tours, all are invited to join the Institute for Sustainable Forestry (ISF) for a river float tour of the South Fork of the Eel River from Tooby Park to Sylvandale. We will explore the natural history of floods, faults, and fish as we float the river below Southern Humboldt’s largest settlements.
Bring your own canoe, kayak or suitable floatation boat and PFD (personal floatation device, i.e. life jacket). Please wear good river walking shoes, bring your own water, hat, sunscreen and a lunch. The swimming and snorkeling may be excellent in the cool waters of the Eel River. Meet at parking lot at Tooby Park, 934 Sprowl Creek Road, Garberville at 9 AM, Sunday May 20, 2018. Shuttles will return from Sylvandale beach just off the intersection of Hooker Creek Road and Cal Highway 254 at US 101 by 4 or 5 PM when the float ends.
There may be extra boats to share or borrow. Pease contact ISF early with available extra boats or seats within your boat to arrange for enough boats for everyone who wants to come.
A sliding scale donation to ISF of 10-25$ is requested. To register or for more information contact ISF at www.instituteforsustainableforestry.com, 707-244-4584 and email: email@example.com.