The Mildred Pitt Ranch
Pitt Ranch, 320 acres of rolling blue oak and California white oak woodlands, chaparral, and rocky ravine in southeastern Monterey County, was donated to the College by Miss Mildred Pitt, Pomona class of '25, to be utilized as a preserve for the study and enjoyment of the natural history of the region. The flora of the area is varied and beautiful, and nearly 100 kinds of vertebrate animals have been observed on the ranch. A rustic two-bedroom house is on the site for overnight stays.
The Pitt Ranch may be reserved by Pomona college classes, student and faculty organizations, and individuals or small groups from Pomona College or the Claremont Colleges Community. For more information contact Prof. Gene Fowler at 909.621.8970 or email@example.com.