Galbreath Wildlands Preserve


The 3,670-acre Galbreath Wildlands Preserve is in southern Mendocino County in the Outer Coast Range. Seventeen miles from the coast, woodland, forest and grassland communities lie at the edge of coastal fog influence. Lands are in the upper Rancheria subbasin of the Navarro Watershed and contain 1st - 5th order streams. The Preserve's forest are primarily second-growth coniferous forest and hardwood.

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Visit the Preserve

The Galbreath Wildlands Preserve is open to persons of all ages and affiliations undertaking research and educational activities. Reservations are required (see Visit a Preserve). Before your visit, take a Galbreath virtual tour. Galbreath facilities are limited to toilets and campgrounds. Planning for on-site overnight facilities is underway.

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