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Living With Water: Kayak the Creek

MayMay 6 2018

10:00am - 2:00pm 101 Surf Sports

115 Third Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
  • Add to calendar 2018-05-06 10:00:00 2018-05-06 14:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Living With Water: Kayak the Creek

    Date: Sunday May 6, 2018 Location: 101 Surf Sports, 115 Third St, San Rafael Time: 10:00am-2:00pm Distance: 2 mile paddle Bring: water, hat, sunscreen, layers and a snack Registration: This event is open to the public and free of charge. However, participation is limited to 40 participants.

    This kayaking tour of the San Rafael Creek will paddle to the Living Shorelines Project which re-introduces native oysters and eel grass into the Bay as a form of shoreline protection. Along the way will observe tidal wetlands, wildlife, and native plants and hear about measures to grow wetlands throughout the Bay to make our Baylands more resilient to a changing climate. We will also discuss dredging in the San Rafael canal and learn about how dredged sediment can be used to regenerate wetlands. Participants will be introduced to community led oyster gardening and shell recycling programs, helping to inform how they can become involved in local advocacy. A “shuck your own” oyster picnic, provided by Hog Island Oyster Company, will end the day. These shells will help to build the Living Shorelines of the future. This tour is part of the “Living With Water” series, created by the Studio for Urban Projects/Bionic Team for the Bay Area Resilient By Design Challenge. Participation is limited to 40 and is open to the public free of charge.

    Speakers: Sharon Barnett, Naturalist and Founder of Marin Nature Adventures Diana Benner, Founder of the Watershed Nursery & canal resident Ben Botkin, San Francisco Water/Bay Trail Planner Katharyn Boyer, Professor of Biology, Estuary & Ocean Science Center and Lead Scientist for the Living Shorelines Project Brenda Goeden, Sediment Program Manager for the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission BCDC Marilyn Latta, Project Manager California Coastal Conservancy Douglas Mundo, Founder and Executive Director Canal Welcome Center Marcel Wilson, Principal and Design Director of Bionic

    More information & registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/living-with-water-kayak-the-creek-tickets-44347554730.
    115 Third Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
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Kayak the Creek

Date: Sunday May 6, 2018
Location: 101 Surf Sports, 115 Third St, San Rafael
Time: 10:00am-2:00pm
Distance: 2 mile paddle
Bring: water, hat, sunscreen, layers and a snack
Registration: This event is open to the public and free of charge. However, participation is limited to 40 participants.

This kayaking tour of the San Rafael Creek will paddle to the Living Shorelines Project which re-introduces native oysters and eel grass into the Bay as a form of shoreline protection. Along the way will observe tidal wetlands, wildlife, and native plants and hear about measures to grow wetlands throughout the Bay to make our Baylands more resilient to a changing climate. We will also discuss dredging in the San Rafael canal and learn about how dredged sediment can be used to regenerate wetlands. Participants will be introduced to community led oyster gardening and shell recycling programs, helping to inform how they can become involved in local advocacy. A “shuck your own” oyster picnic, provided by Hog Island Oyster Company, will end the day. These shells will help to build the Living Shorelines of the future. This tour is part of the “Living With Water” series, created by the Studio for Urban Projects/Bionic Team for the Bay Area Resilient By Design Challenge. Participation is limited to 40 and is open to the public free of charge.

Speakers:
Sharon Barnett, Naturalist and Founder of Marin Nature Adventures
Diana Benner, Founder of the Watershed Nursery & canal resident
Ben Botkin, San Francisco Water/Bay Trail Planner
Katharyn Boyer, Professor of Biology, Estuary & Ocean Science Center and Lead Scientist for the Living Shorelines Project
Brenda Goeden, Sediment Program Manager for the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission BCDC
Marilyn Latta, Project Manager California Coastal Conservancy
Douglas Mundo, Founder and Executive Director Canal Welcome Center
Marcel Wilson, Principal and Design Director of Bionic

More information & registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/living-with-water-kayak-the-creek-tickets-44347554730.

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