Hidden Nature: Exploring SF's Ecological Past and Future
12:30 p.m. | Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Photo by flickr user Dick McLeish
Given the changing public health guidance in the Bay Area, which includes recommendations from both Santa Clara and San Francisco Counties, SPUR is suspending its in-person public programming events. During this time, public programs will be postponed, canceled or converted into a webinar on an event-by-event basis. This event will be held as a webinar. For more information and a webinar link, please register below.
Not that long ago, the place we now call San Francisco was a radically different landscape from its current urbanized form--home to the Ohlone and defined by a diverse array of habitats, from vast sand dunes to lush tidal marshes. Join us to talk about San Francisco's changing landscapes and explore the ecological potential of the contemporary city--an increasingly important endeavor as the Bay Area and cities around the world reincorporate nature to create healthier and more resilient urban landscapes.
+ Robin Grossinger / San Francisco Estuary Institute
+ Lewis Stringer / Presidio Trust
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