Shaping San Francisco: Watersheds Lost and Found
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One of the emerging zeitgeists of our era is the rediscovery of the water beneath our cities, and redefining the places we are in through awareness of our watersheds. Derek Hitchcock of the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), Joel Pomerantz, a San Francisco water historian, and Sarah Kelly and Arthur Richards, co-directors of Adapting to Scarcity, will share their knowledge and find the common streams uniting their work around indigenous communities reliant on waterways, and the possibilities of transformation present in the struggles around the contamination of and dams built on these.
Shaping San Francisco TALKS!: Watersheds Lost and Found
1310 Mission St, San Francisco
Tags: contamination, Dams, environment, Free, guadalajara, indigenous, Mexico, rivers, San Francisco, SYRCL, water, watershed, waterways, yuba
Categories: Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco