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Wild Oakland Walk: Mapping Our Bio-Region | East Bay

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Saturday, June 7, 2014 - 8:18 am | Cost: FREE*
*Free, but please RSVP to info@wildoakland.org

Rotary Nature Center | 600 Bellevue Ave Oakland, CA 94610


Wild Oakland Walks

Wild Oakland leads free, fun and educational guided environmental walks for busy urbanites.

They are a 100% volunteer organization, from the guiding committee to the walk leaders who donate their time because of a shared passion for ecology and education.

Saturday, June 7, 2014
Mapping Our Bio-Region | Wild Oakland Walks

Judy Goldhaft guides you in creating a two-dimensional interpretation of the environment we live in. You’ll map key areas such as restoration sites, open space areas, creeks, sources of pollution, and more.

Free, but please RSVP to info@wildoakland.org

What’s a bioregion? A bioregion is “a distinct area with coherent and interconnected plant and animal communities, and natural systems, often defined by a watershed. A bioregion is a whole ‘life-place’ with unique requirements for human inhabitation so that it will not be disrupted and injured”

Founded in 1973, Planet Drum Foundation uses a grassroots approach to ecology that focuses on community self-determination, sustainability, and regional self-reliance. PDF coined the term “bioregion” and defined the philosophy of “bioregionalism” to emphasize the relationship between humans and the areas they live within.


Event Details


Cost: FREE*
*Free, but please RSVP to info@wildoakland.org
Categories: *Top Pick*, East Bay, Fun & Games, Lectures & Workshops, Walks & Tours
Address: 600 Bellevue Ave Oakland, CA 94610

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