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Talk: The Decline and Rebirth of Redwood Creek

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Tumbling down Mt. Tamalpais through Muir Woods to the Pacific, Redwood Creek has enchanted generations, from the elite of San Francisco’s Bohemian Grove to Zen meditators and more. But the creek and its endangered salmon were loved almost to death.

As part of the Bay Currents series of talks on local natural history and environmental issues, Berkeley landscape architect John Northmore Roberts delves into the creek’s rich and fascinating history and explains the complex and varied ways it is being restored — including the largest project yet, due for completion at year’s end. Roberts has designed projects in many of California’s most beloved and spectacular natural areas, including El Polin Spring in the Presidio and the Monterey Peninsula’s spectacular 17 Mile Drive.

Doors open and refreshments at 7 PM; talks begin at 7:30 sharp.

Monday, October 7, 2013 7:00 pm
Monday, October 7, 2013 9:00 pm
Albany Community Center
1249 Marin Avenue, Albany, CA, 94706
Free (seating limited)
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