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Tuesday, 03/20/18
  • WATER CONSERVATION SHOWCASE 2018Water is a limited natural resource, heavily impacted by the built environment. Using sustainable practices in a building's development speaks to the triple bottom line - people, profit & planet.Since 2004, hundreds of advocates, researchers, business leaders, product manufacturers and government officials have gathered every year to address the most pressing water ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  Free, registration required
  • Soil Health Series: Physical Properties of SoilWhat is soil? Well, it's certainly not dirt! Join the knowledgeable and enthusiastic Stephen Andrews (UC Berkeley Professor, specializing in soils) in discovering the beauty and complexity of this essential natural resource by examining the physical properties that characterize what soil is. This class will also delve into the question ...
    Where:  Sausalito Cost:  Donations encouraged
  • Earthquakes and VolcanoesThroughout the world we have a pattern created by earthquakes and volcanoes.  Learn what it means and explore how the Hayward Fault is ripping Fremont in half.  Stories:  3 Earthquake Dolls;  Leaving the Fiery Slopes of Mt. Etna
    Where:  Fremont Cost:  Free (RSVP required)
  • Winona LaDuke - Environmental Activist, Economist, Writer
    Winona LaDuke is a Native American environmentalist and the executive director of Honor the Earth, a Native American environmental advocacy organization. Honor the Earth held several events to support Standing Rock and are currently active in the Dakota Pipeline protests. She is known for her work on Native American tribal ...
    Where:  Mountain View Cost:  $40
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