Join the Public Sediment team for a series of events next week in the Bay Area! The first, on February 21st, will be a public forum At UC Davis’ Social Sciences and Humanities building, where members of the community are invited to watch a presentation on the project and participate in a discussion. Lunch will be served. Later that evening, Gena and others from the Public Sediment team will be leading a panel discussion on the broader themes of resilience and climate change. Then on February 24th, the team will be hosting a Creek Crawl at Alameda Creek near Niles Canyon, where local experts will lead a walking tour along the creek and talk about the role of sediment, people and fish.
To RSVP for the events and find out more info, click the following links:
Public Sediment Public Forum
UC Davis Social Sciences and Humanities Building, Room 2203
Wednesday, February 21st / 11:30AM-1PM
Field Dispatches Discussion
UC Davis Hunt Hall, Room 168
Wednesday, February 21st / 6PM-8PM
Alameda Creek Crawl
Niles Canyon Staging Area
Saturday, February 24th / 10AM-12PM
All events are free and open to the public.