Register Now for Field Ecology Weekend!

Malibu Creek State Park field with flowers. Photo by Steve Winston

Exciting news!

REGISTRATION is now open for the Topanga Canyon Docents’ 34th Field Ecology Weekend on April 29-30 at Malibu Creek State Park. Reservations are required and must be received with your payment no later than April 22, 2017. Space is limited. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope, registration form & check to the address on attached Registration Form.

WHO MAY COME TO THIS EVENT: Topanga Canyon Docents and their family, prospective docents, Malibu Creek Docents, and other environmental educators from throughout the region are welcome to attend. There will be no child care available, but your children are invited to attend with you.

LOCATION: Malibu Creek State Park in the Group Campsite Area. Tent camping is not mandatory but is preferred. Camping and parking are included in your registration fee. You must make your own R.V. camping arrangements.

EVENT: This is a leisure and learning weekend event in a secluded setting in the Santa Monica Mountains. We have planned a program of seminars, walks and workshops led by experts. This is an entirely outdoor event. We do not provide enclosed shelters. Dress for the weather and bring a sense of adventure. Saturday night there will be a potluck dinner, so be sure to bring something to share.

Bird Walk with Chris Tosdevin FEW 2016. Photo by Wakako Rollinger.

COST: There is a non-refundable fee of $70 per adult (15 and older), $30 per child (ages 6 to 14), children under 6 are free. Refunds will be made only if event is canceled by TCD (due to heavy rain or park fire closure, e.g.). If, after paying your fee, you are unable to attend, the amount will be considered a donation to Topanga Canyon Docents.

DEADLINE: Reservation and payment must be received by April 22, 2017.

Please see the attached Information, Schedule and Registration form.

We look forward to seeing your there!

Dean Arnold, Malibu Creek Docent, leading a hike in Malibu Creek State Park, Mule Deer. Photo by Read Howarth