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Trinidad Tidings: Pandemic Project – Field Guide to Household Wildlife

Trinidad Tidings: Pandemic Project – Field Guide to Household Wildlife

Some of the creatures described are frog, salamander, eagle, hawk, hummingbird, owl, quail, raven, swallow, woodpecker, wren, ant, bee, beetle, caterpillar, grasshopper, ladybug, mosquito, pill bug, potato bug, praying mantis, scorpion, spider, tick, wasp, snake, bat, bear, bobcat, cat, coyote, deer, dog, fox, gopher, mountain lion, mouse, rabbit, raccoon, rat, ringtail, skunk and squirrel.

Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse getting new foundation

TRINIDAD MEMORIAL LIGHTHOUSE The Trinidad Civic Club has applied for a grading permit to place the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse on a permanent foundation where it now sits on harbor property owned by the Trinidad Rancheria. The application to the Trinidad Planning Commission states “The Memorial Lighthouse will remain at its approximate current location but will

Trinidad Tidings: Rickard’s watercolors at Sunset Restaurant

Watercolor artist Paul Rickard has his recent Trinidad landscape paintings on view at the Sunset Restaurant in Cher-ae Heights Casino off Scenic Drive in Trinidad.  In the spirit of the best in community cooperation, Rickard, the Trinidad Civic Club and Ryan Sundberg, general manager of of Cher-ae Heights Casino, teamed up to draw attention to

Trinidad Tidings: Art in Westhaven, a ‘Celebration of Love’ in Trinidad and a new exhibit

Westhaven Center for the Arts has a new acting director, Joli Einem.  She announced a new program, the Emerging Artists Gallery, to promote young artists.  The first exhibit will be “Through the Looking Glass: Introducing Young Icons of the Future.”   WCA seeks a new treasurer. Interested applicants may contact Joli at (707) 834-2479, or

Trinidad Tidings: Improvements planned for Luffenholtz area

The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust (TCLT) has received a grant from the Wildlife Conservation Board to develop public access improvements at the Tepona Point parking area at Luffenholtz Beach.  The plans may include Americans with Disabilities Act parking recommendations, picnic areas, benches, a restroom, trail safety improvements and interpretive signing.  TCLT Director Carol Vander Meer

Trinidad Tidings: Lighthouse Project auction set

It’s time for a Memorial Lighthouse update. The iconic structure rests near the harbor on land owned by Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria. Since it was moved on Jan. 10, 2018 from its site at Edwards and Trinity Street due to coastal erosion, the Trinidad Rancheria has been extraordinarily generous to provide

Trinidad Tidings: Tastin’ Trinidad is now a to-go event

Tastin’ Trinidad, a Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce annual event, will be different this year due to the coronavirus.  Chef Brett Shuler will prepare picnics to go to pick up at Saunders Park off Patrick’s Point Drive on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 3 to 6:30 p.m.  When you come to pick up your meal, you

Trinidad volunteers feeding the community

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – “They are managing and they are proud,” Carrie Peyton-Dahlberg said, “but a little extra help would be huge.” Peyton-Dahlberg knew that residents at mobile home parks in the Trinidad area would benefit from food deliveries and other help with errands because of her volunteer efforts during the 2016

Trinidad Tidings: Memorial ceremony, music and more

Trinidad Civic Club will hold its 24th Annual Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony on Sunday, May 26 at 2 p.m. outdoors at the former Memorial Lighthouse site at Edwards and Trinity Street. The ceremony honors those who have been lost or buried at sea and whose names, many of whom are military service veterans, are engraved on

Trinidad Tidings: History and art celebrated in Trinidad

“Rocking the Boat: John Muir’s Travels in Southeast Alaska,” with Michael Turek is set for Wednesday, April 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Trinidad Library. It’s an HSU OLLI class on John Muir’s 1879 Alaska journey during which he had his first prolonged contact with Indians and a life changing voyage in a Tlingit

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