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Earth Day 5K Trail Run & Heritage Festival
Sequoia Riverlands Trust is proud host the 4th Annual Earth Day 5K Trail Run & Heritage Festival at Kaweah Oaks Preserve. Bring friends, family and colleagues to this spectacular event - complete with 5K trail run/walk and family friendly activities celebrating our local culture, commerce and natural resources. This is Tulare County's don't miss Earth Day event!
What: 5K Trail Run/Walk at Kaweah Oaks Preserve (KOP), followed by SRT’s free Heritage Festival.
What’s included with your registration:
An Earth Day 5K Trail Run through the beautiful natural terrain course at Kaweah Oaks Preserve.
Each registered participant will receive a commemorative 5k Earth Day shirt (guaranteed to those who registered by April, 10th)
Native plant that can be taken home or left for us to plant on preserve (while supplies last)
Post-race adventure at the Heritage Festival
After race snacks and refreshments.
Awards for overall winner (male & female) and 10-year age increments.
Join us as we celebrate the rich history,culture and natural resources of the Central Valley!
ACTIVITIES, MUSIC, DEMONSTRATIONS AND FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
20 Vendors and Participants including:
- Musical Guest: Lance Canales and the Flood (12:30pm)
- Sequoia National Park
- Tulare County Treasures
- Tulare County Parks and Recreation
- Becky's Smokin’ BBQ
- Native Hand Games
- Tule Hut Construction
- Acorn Mush Cooking
- Indian Tacos
- Pine Needle Baskets
- Native American Beadwork Crafts and Vendors
- Monarch Soap
- Dirty Bird Gourds and More
- Native American Drummer
- Milkweed Cordage Demonstration
- Elderberry Clapsticks and Pine Needle Basket Activities
- Native American Jewelry
- Native Plants
Available For Sale All Day: Artisan crafts from local vendors, native jewelry, Indian tacos and beautiful native plants from SRT’s own Native Plant Nursery!
Where: Kaweah Oaks Preserve is located approximately seven miles east of Visalia. Take Hwy. 198 east and make a left (heading north) on Rd. 182. Entrance about ½ mile up the road on the left-hand side of Rd. 182.
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!