This month, as part of our Tour of the Reserves series, we feature the Hulls Gulch Reserve. The majority of this reserve was acquired through a citizen effort from 1991 to 1993. Many acres were added through citizen grassroots fundraising efforts. Home to the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center, this reserve connects many other reserves and public lands. Join ICL and the city of Boise as we take a hike and talk about management solutions on this heavily used reserve!
The city of Boise, Foothills Learning Center and ICL are offering this exciting year-long adventure series, Tour of the Reserves, to help those of us lucky enough to live in or near Boise to get to know our backyard. Some months include short hikes; others include walking presentations and historical stories.
The foothills open space includes 11 reserves. In total, Boise manages roughly 4,000 acres and 40 miles of trails within its reserves, all differing in elevation and accessibility. The reserve ecosystems include riparian habitat, grassland and alpine forests, and they are home to creatures large and small.
Registration required! Contact Lana to reserve your spot and get details on the meeting place.