The Native Daughters of the golden West is a fraternal and patriotic organization founded on the principles of the love of home, devotion to the flag, veneration of the pioneers and faith in the existence of God. They seek to preserve California history.

The Native Daughters of the Golden West are offering a historical tour of two Scott Valley ranches on June 15 beginning at 10 a.m.

The tour begins at the Martin Ranch, which is located at 7712 North Highway 3, Fort Jones. The presentation will last approximately one hour.

After the first tour, all patrons will need to drive their own vehicle to the Fowle Ranch, also known as the KK Bar Ranch, which is located at 2300 East Callahan Road, Etna. The presentation will last at least 45 minutes.

Those attending the tours will need to bring a sack lunch, and a chair or blanket. The Native Daughters will provide drinks and cookies after the tour at Fowle Ranch. There is a donation of $15 to attend. Proceeds will go toward local historical landmarks.

The Native Daughters of the golden West is a fraternal and patriotic organization founded on the principles of the love of home, devotion to the flag, veneration of the pioneers and faith in the existence of God. They seek to preserve California history. With roots tracing back to the late 1800s, the Daughters oversee the Etna Museum, provide local scholarships, honor veterans and pioneers, place historical landmarks, and seek to be involved with the community.

To RSVP for the tours, call (530) 467-3486 and leave a message.