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| ||With over 700 miles of hiking and biking trails, Orange County offers much to the outdoorsman. Hiking, biking, golf, camping: visit Orange County and enjoy the great parks and trails.|
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| ||The Purpose of The California Chaparral
Field Institute is to promote an understanding and respect for the chaparral and the Mediterranean climate in which most Californians live.|
The California Chaparral Field Institute is an association of scientists, naturalists, and educators who value the chaparral as both a valuable resource and a place to enjoy the wilderness.
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Irvine Ranch Land Reserve: For 136 years, the Irvine Ranch and its rugged, scenic canyons were off limits to all but cattle, cowboys, and descendants of its namesake - rancher James Irvine. In 1992, much of this private Orange County wilderness went public, offering its urban neighbors the opportunity to explore coastal sage scrub and oak woodland habitats that have nearly disappeared from southern California. This land sharing came about as a result of an unprecedented partnership between a private landowner, The Irvine Company, and land conservationists from The Nature Conservancy.
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