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Gold mining firm gives $1 million to natural reserve

  • more than 40 ongoing scientific research projects;
  • visits by numerous university courses;
  • lectures and guided field trips to several hundred public visitors per year;
  • partnership with Lake County Office of Education to develop K-12 student field trips and teacher workshops;
  • partnership in the annual Lake County Fair Science and Discovery Center, and in developing a Lake County Children's Discovery Museum.

The University of California's Natural Reserve System is the largest and most diverse set of university-owned-and-operated reserves in the world. UC's 35 reserves provide secure sites for long-term environmental research, education and public outreach.

The UC Davis campus administers six reserves: Donald and Sylvia McLaughlin Reserve, Bodega Marine Reserve, Eagle Lake Field Station, Jepson Prairie Reserve, Quail Ridge Reserve and Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve.


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Contact: Sylvia Wright
swright@ucdavis.edu
530-752-7704
University of California - Davis
1-Dec-2005


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