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“Mount Diablo Blooms After the Fire” Discussion | Oakland

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Lake Merritt Rotary Nature Center | 600 Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, CA

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Exploring Nature in the San Francisco Bay Area: Lecture Series | SF

The SF Natural History Series lecture series explores all aspects of nature in the Bay Area, and seeks to understand our impact both past and present on those natural systems, and their impact on us.

Talks take place at different venues around the city and are sometimes scheduled with little notice, so check their blog to stay tuned to the latest updates. The lectures are free, but an RSVP is typically requested.

Since September 2013, Joan Hamilton has been documenting Mount Diablo’s recovery from the Morgan fire. Come see how various parts of the mountain changed over time–and what scientists are learning from the 3,100-acre conflagration.

Hamilton is a freelance writer and editor who writes regularly for Bay Nature magazine. She also produces Audible Mount Diablo–a series of downloadable hiking guides–and is a former editor-in-chief of Sierra magazine.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Help the Earth, Lectures & Workshops
Address: 600 Bellevue Avenue, Oakland, CA