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Little Darby 
Environmental Education Area

Photo: Hiker rests on trailside bench.Little Darby Environmental Education Area is ideally suited for individuals or small groups who wish to observe some of nature's ecological communities.  The area has 1.5 miles of self-guided nature trails which wind through a broad spectrum of ecosystems, from creekside riparian to fir forest to chaparral brushland.  BLM's Ukiah Field Office will provide, on request, a trail guide/study booklet designed to assist with your educational journey.  Additionally, this area makes a perfect spot for an afternoon picnic, or just a casual stroll in the woods.

To get there:  From Willits, CA drive east on Commercial Street, which becomes Hearst-Willits Road (County Road 306) 3.2 miles. Continue east on Canyon Road (County road 308) 3.3 miles to the Little Darby parking area.

 

 

 


Bureau of Land Management
Ukiah Field Office
2550 North State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

Telephone: (707) 468-4000   Fax: (707) 468-4027 

 

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