The Napa Open Space District General Manager John Woodbury took part in a hike this last weekend to the recently acquired Smittle Creek property. Once open Smittle Creek will create access to the 6000 acre Cedar Rough Wilderness Area. Click here to check out the photos of the hike!
Nearly 65% of voters said YES to Measure Z. In most elections that would be a landslide. But in California, measures that provide funding for specific purposes require approval by a supermajority – 66.7% of the votes cast. Measure Z would have provided the first dedicated funding for the Napa County Regional Park and Open […]
GOOD NEWS/BAD NEWS 10/29/16 EcoCamp Berryessa Fall Festival Cancelled Due to Rain. Rain is good for just about any and everything – except maybe outdoor planned activities with kids. The decision has been made to cancel this Saturday’s Fall Festival/Ribbon cutting at EcoCamp Berryessa. Please share and let anyone in your circle who might […]
An 1850s/1860s living history event for the whole family! Napa Valley’s historic Bale Grist Mill is one of the last mills that still grinds grain on the old pair of stones brought here by ship from “the old country”. October 1st & 2nd at Old Mill Days people can visit the mill and experience […]
From the Napa Valley Register By Barry Eberling An 856-acre forest near Angwin with redwoods seldom found so far inland could soon be permanently preserved from chainsaws and development… Click here to read the rest of the story.
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Oat Hill Mine Trail will be closed for the season from Holms Place to Aetna Springs from August 13 to September 25 due to potential fire danger and hunting season. The trail will reopen post hunting season and after first rains. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Check out the Visit Napa Valley Blog and see what other Historic sites are mentioned along with our beloved Mill!
Napa Valley Register By Barry Eberling Napa County voters on Nov. 8 will decide whether to approve a quarter-cent sales tax to raise about $8 million annually for watershed and open space protection. Money would be overseen by the county Regional Park and Open Space District. The tax would have to pass by a two-thirds […]