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Saturday, 11/04/17
  • History of the Headlands HikeExplore the natural and cultural history of the Marin Headlands on an engaging naturalist led hike! Learn about the plants, animals, minerals and people that have inhabited this national park. Fun for all ages and fitness levels.To register see weblink
    Where:  Sausalito Cost:  Free
  • Salt Marsh Walk - FremontTake a walk with docent Gregg Aronson around the wetlands of the wildlife refuge and learn about their history. See examples of salt collection ponds and learn what is being done to convert them back to their original, natural salt marsh state. Hear how wildlife is affected by the two types of habitat, and why it ...
    Where:  Freemont Cost:  Free
  • Fish DaysLearn about fresh water fish that are found in  local ponds and rivers.  Games show native and non native fish and how they arrived at Tule Ponds.  Compare fishing ponds for people versus fishing ponds for wildlife.   Explore how the early peoples of area went fishing as well as the ...
    Where:  Fremont Cost:  Free
  • Trekking the ModelJoin a ranger guided tour of the Bay Model, a 1.5-acre hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay and Delta. Discover the stories of the two major operations that took place at this location between 1942 to 2000.
    Where:  Sausalito Cost:  Free
  • Science on Saturday: 3D Printing: From Imagination to RealizationRevolutionary changes to materials and structures are now possible with 3D printing, bringing concepts that were previously only imagined into reality. In conventional manufacturing processes, such as machining, material is typically removed. Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing, is a breakthrough technology which fabricates components by adding material ...
    Where:  Oakland Cost:  Free with admission
  • Full Moon Oyster BioBlitzJoin our friends at WhollyH20 for a full moon citizen science Oyster BioBlitz at Pt. Pinole Regional Park in Richmond. We'll be measuring and counting oysters during the full moon low tide, together with The Watershed Project.This event is part of a project to BioBlitz the Wildcat Creek watershed from ...
    Where:  Richmond Cost:  Free
  • Water in the Universe: from the Milky Way to Distant Galaxies
    Water is widely believed to be the key to the existence of life. Water was discovered in the interstellar space  in 1969, and is now known to be wide-spread  in the universe, from nearby star-forming regions to distant galaxies. Dr. Kaufman will discuss how we study water in the space.Lecture: 7:00 - 8:00, stargazing until 10:00
    Where:  San Jose Cost:  Free
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