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Private landowners discuss their experiences offering Mokelumne River access

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Posted: Saturday, November 19, 2011 12:00 am

It's a secret, quiet oasis where local residents can stroll under large live oak trees and carry an inner-tube out to the slow-moving Mokelumne River. But most people do not know about this nature trail where large bucks and wild turkeys roam, and bat and owl boxes dot the landscape.

Calvary Church has opened up 10 to 12 acres of natural habitat along the river since buying the property, which is on the north side of the river near Highway 99, 10 years ago.

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