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Quagga Mussel Alert!

By action of the Board of Supervisors, all vessels launching into any Lake County waters must participate in the county's mandatory screening and sticker program, with inspection and decontamination if necessary. Local residents must renew their stickers annually, visitors monthly. More info

Or call the Mussel Hotline,
263 2556

To report possible violators or suspected contamination call the Sheriff at
263 8656 or 911




Protecting Berryessa Snow Mountain

The Trump administration has ordered the Interior Department to “review” the status of 22 terrestrial monuments and five marine reserves, including our own Berryessa Snow Mountain NM here in Lake County.

To help defeat this terrible idea please


NOVEMBER 10, 8:30AM -- final guided nature walk and ranch house tour at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, led by Park docent Roberta Lyons. The walk will begin on the Cache Creek Nature Trail, pausing at the deck on Cache Creek at the end of the Cache Creek Trail boardwalk, then continue across the grasslands of the Anderson Flats and through the oak woodland habitat of the Marsh trail and should take about 2 hours. Both the event and parking are free. More info: or call (707) 995-2658.

NOVEMBER 10, 9AM -- easy Sierra Club outing to Boggs Mountain Forest. We will drive approximately 3 miles through areas burned or nearly untouched in the Valley Fire of 2015 arriving at an area of extended planting of Ponderosa and Sugar Pine, Doug Fir, Cedar and Giant Sequoia. Leaving the cars behind we can walk for 1 1/2 miles up a small hill from which we will have a wonderful view to the south. Meet 9AM  at the parking lot by the Boggs CalFire office. Bring water. Leader Steve Devoto: maximum 15 participants and reservation required; to reserve contact Debi Sally at 707-235-9011 or Rain cancels.

NOVEMBER 11 -- Moderate Sierra Club outing to Table Rock on Mt. St. Helena. Enjoy spectacular views to the north and the Napa Valley wine country. Meet to carpool at 9:15am at Mugshots coffee shop on the corner of Hwy 29 & 175 in Middletown, depart 10:15am from parking lot of RLS State Park. Bring snacks, lunch and water and sturdy shoes. Maximum 10 participants and reservation required; to reserve contact leader Julie Kreis at 707-987-9040 or

NOVEMBER 13, 6PM -- meeting of Middletown Neighbors Seeking Responsible Economic Development at the CalPine Visitors Center: preserve and protect the character of Middletown by following the Middletown Area Plan and saying NO to box stores. More info: email

NOVEMBER 13, 6:30PM -- Sierra Club meeting at the Woodland Community College campus, 15880 Dam Rd Ext in Clearlake. Friends of Boggs Mountain Treasurer Debbie Bloomquist will discuss ongoing efforts to restore multi use trails and other recreational facilities that were heavily damaged or destroyed in the October 2015 Valley Fire. The meeting is free and the public invited: for more info contact Debi Sally at 707-235-9011 or

NOVEMBER 15, 7PM -- Redbud Audubon meeting at the Presbyterian Church Social Hall, 5430 Third St in Kelseyville. Dr. Floyd Hayes will deliver a presentation about the amazing flora and fauna of Fiji.

NOVEMBER 17, 9AM -- Redbud Audubon field trip to Anderson Marsh: parking fees will be charged.

NOVEMBER 24 -- Sierra Club hike to Mahnke Peak. Meet at the car pool parking lot at the corner of Live Oak Drive and Highway 29 in Kelseyville at 8:30am or at 9:00am at the intersection of Kelsey Creek Drive and Carder Road.  Drive down the road and park on the left side before the locked gate. The hike follows a moderately sloped dirt road and continues to the small building on the top of Mahnke Peak with a great view over the geyser power plants. Elevation gain 2116 ft. Bring lunch and two liters of water.  Maximum 12 participants and reservation required: to reserve contact leader Paul Farley or 707-263-9320.  Rain cancels.

NOVEMBER 24, 10AM-5PM -- Dickens Faire on Main St in Lakeport: VERY family-friendly-event with great food, arts and crafts. Museum Park Tree Lighting at 5PM.

DECEMBER 1, 6PM -- Clearlake Christmas parade and tree lighting ceremony: parade will start at Redbud Park and end at City Hall with the Tree Lighting Ceremony! Free and open to all.

DECEMBER 3, Fiddlers Jam at the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum, 9921 State Hwy 281, just north of Hwy 29 at Kit's Corner. FREE family event, donations gratefully accepted.

DECEMBER 8, 4-8PM -- Christmas in Middletown, with stores open till 8PM. Santa will arrive at the Middletown Square Park on a fire engine and be available for visits and photos from 5:30 to 7PM.

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