Cloning trees to preserve a species will be the topic of a talk to take place during the next Brookings-Harbor Garden Club meeting.
Terry Mock, who operates a 163-acre ranch where a plantation of cloned saplings of coast redwoods and giant sequoias near Port Orford, will be the keynote speaker of a presentation titled “Using Champion Trees to Rebuild the Earth and Curry County.”
Tall grass made trail seemed as though walking through a jungle.
Spruce Island trailhead is easy to find. It’s well marked, right alongside the highway.
Follow the Oregon Coast Trail signpost. Views of Arch Rock to the northwest come and go as the trail weaves in and out of the forest. Arch Rock Viewpoint is also visible, as is a cave below. I did not explore the cave, but I was intrigued.
The Pilot file / Bill Schlichting Tsunami Swing’s saxophone section performs on the Azalea Park stage during last year’s American Music Festival.The band and Curry/Del Norte Orchestra will perform a pops concert Sunday, June 8, beginning at 1 p.m.
The American Music Festival presents the Curry-Del Norte Or- chestra and Tsunami Swing Big Band per- forming a “Pops in the Park” concert in Azalea Park.
The concert will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 8, and features music to please all ages, organiz- ers said. Admission is free, but donations are welcome and appreciat- ed and used to support band equipment and youth music education programs in the com- munities.