As sea levels rise, there is growing interest in looking toward nature-based solutions to protect shoreline communities. The preservation and creation of high, wide marshes provides a first line of defense against coastal flooding. Come learn how research at Corte Madera and collaborative adaptation planning in Hayward are exploring these ideas in San Francisco Bay.
+ Sarah Richmond / BCDC
+ Maggie Wenger / BCDC
Free to members
Okay to bring lunch
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