Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 1, 2021

March Bay Nature Talks

In this timely Bay Nature Talk, senior botanist Heath Bartosh will delve into chaparral fire ecology, including fire return intervals and climate concerns. Learn how California’s chaparral ecosystems recover from fire, meet some common fire-following plants, and find out where to see fire followers this spring!

He’ll be joined by ecological engineer and senior scientist Christina Toms who will lead a Q&A following the presentation.

Register here
Thursday, March 18th at 4:00 pm
Join One Tam’s Community Science Program Manager Lisette Arellano in conversation with author and science journalist Mary Ellen Hannibal about how community science is fueling conservation on Mount Tamalpais.

Hear from Lisette about three of One Tam’s community science programs: the Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project, the Bioblitz series, and the Tamalpais Bee Lab. Mary Ellen will explore the connection between individual action and regional, state-wide, and global efforts.

Register here

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