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  • Stebbins Cold Canyon Nature Reserve reopens after fire

    Jeffrey Clary, director of the Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve, says the July 2015 Wragg Fire, which shut the reserve down for a few months, has provided opportunity for study. It is reopening this spring with new trails and new foliage.

Jeffrey Clary, director of the Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve, says the July 2015 Wragg Fire, which shut the reserve down for a few months, has provided opportunity for study. It is reopening this spring with new trails and new foliage. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com
Jeffrey Clary, director of the Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve, says the July 2015 Wragg Fire, which shut the reserve down for a few months, has provided opportunity for study. It is reopening this spring with new trails and new foliage. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com

Stebbins Cold Canyon blooms after Wragg Fire, reopens to hikers

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