We’ve got our hands in the dirt, our head in the clouds, and our hearts in the community. Mendocino is filled with natural beauty, friendly faces, and big taste. Black Oak Coffee Roasters recently was named Ukiah Business of the Year — and we’re honored. But it made us realize that there are so many places around this region worth celebrating. So we’d like you to meet a few of the people and places that inspire us to make Black Oak the best it can be.
This Month's Highlight:
Less than three hours from San Francisco in the heart of the Anderson Valley wine region, Hendy Woods State Park protects two groves of towering redwoods. Some of its trees may be more than 300 feet tall and 1,000 years old. Five miles of trails, including Big Hendy Grove’s wheelchair-accessible Discovery Trail, lead through the fern-filled forest.
The mission of the Mendocino Land Trust is to conserve and restore valuable natural resources of the Mendocino County region. It is dedicated to providing public access to the coast and protecting working farmlands and forests, wildlife habitat, open space, scenic vistas and watersheds.
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