February 13, 2018 > Creek Crawl highlights history, climate change
Creek Crawl highlights history, climate change
Submitted By Claire Napawan
Join us for a walking tour of Alameda Creek! Learn about the history of the creek, how it has changed over time, and participate in a community conversation about building resilience to the impacts of climate change.
Hear from local experts about the role of sediment, people, and fish within the Alameda Creek as we walk (about a mile) along its edges. Learn more about our project, Unlock the Creek (http://www.resilientbayarea.org/alameda-creek/), and get a chance to share with us how you use and view the watershed. Also, there will be refreshments and activities for the kids!
This event is part of the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge, which brings designers, local and regional stakeholders, and community members together to build community resilience to climate change. Find out more at www.ourchangingclimate.us
Alameda Creek Crawl
Saturday, Feb 24
10 a.m. ? 12 noon
Niles Canyon Staging Area, Alameda Creek Regional Trail
Old Canyon Road, Fremont
For more information and RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creek-crawl-tickets-42724688694