Freshwater Farms Reserve Trail 

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Mark Larson
Dan Ehresman (left), staff member at the Northcoast Regional Land Trust, gave a tour through the historic Graham-Long dairy barn to Sheila Rocker-Heppe, Chris Heppe and Rees Hughes (a NRLT board member) during the grand opening of the Freshwater Farms Reserve nature trail on Sunday, May 1.
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Plein air artist Paul Rickard, of Arcata, shows two onlookers the landscape in his painting.
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Plein air artist Kathy O'Leary, of Eureka, moved into the shade on the warm, sunny afternoon along the Freshwater Farms Reserve nature trail.
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Alan Sanborn, of Arcata, used water colors to capture the flowers and small store at the gateway into the nature trail.
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Leo Stafsnes, of Eureka, adds finishing touches to his painting of the musicians and crowd scene.
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A closer look at Stafsnes' painting.
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Artist Jim McVicker captured the crowd and the historic Graham-Long Dairy barn.
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After hiking the new flat 3/4-mile trail through pasture and marshland, visitors returned to enjoy the music, children's painting workshop and food.
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According to the NRLT's interpretive signs, it purchased the 74-acre property to enhance tidal marshland, continue agricultural production and provide public access.
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Mark Larson
Dan Ehresman (left), staff member at the Northcoast Regional Land Trust, gave a tour through the historic Graham-Long dairy barn to Sheila Rocker-Heppe, Chris Heppe and Rees Hughes (a NRLT board member) during the grand opening of the Freshwater Farms Reserve nature trail on Sunday, May 1.

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