Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 19, 2020

Two Webinars from Bay Nature: Trees and Tidepools

We’re launching a webinar series where we’ll talk to experts about all things nature! Sandy, we hope you’ll be able to make it to our first two Bay Nature Talks: The Journeys of Trees and Tidepools. Both webinars will include a Q&A session with our panel, so you can be a part of the discussion, too.

Learn more about the webinars below, and register today!

The Journeys of Trees
Tuesday, July 21st at 4:00 pm
Co-sponsored by Point Reyes Books

Science writer and author of the new book The Journeys of Trees, Zach St. George has traveled the globe talking to ecologists, foresters, and activists about the future of forests and how they will or won’t persist.

In this Zoom webinar with Bay Nature magazine editor in chief Victoria Schlesinger, St. George will talk about his new book, as well as his new Bay Nature story which focuses on the California species Monterey pine.

This event is open to all with a suggested (but not required) donation of $20.

Thursday, July 30th at 4:00 pm
Join Cal Academy’s co-directors of citizen science Rebecca Johnson and Alison Young along with Bay Nature digital editor Eric Simons for a talk about tidepools!

During this Zoom webinar, Rebecca and Alison will share their knowledge, tips, and tricks so you can get the most out of your next tidepooling experience. Where (and when) can you find the best pools? What are some common species you might see? How can you help provide critical data for science and management on your tidepooling trip?

This event is open to all with a suggested (but not required) donation of $20.


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