January 28, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Are you involved in a living shoreline or restoration project and unsure of how to get a diverse set of community members active?
Join the SF Bay NERR, the California Coastal Conservancy and Richardson Bay Audubon for the second part of a three part series designed to assist landowning entities, managers, and restoration practitioners with the next steps of implementing living shoreline projects.
In this course, participants will learn more about:
- The Aramburu Island Restoration; the science and planning to develop the project and some of the successes and pitfalls of community engagement on a novel living shoreline project
- Gain practical insight for community engagement techniques from multiple professionals;
- Learn how to inform a diverse group of stakeholders;
- Participate in a panel discussion and focused breakout room discussions to answer your questions.
Lead and organized by:
- Aimee Good, Catie Thow and Dr. Stuart Siegel at the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve;
- Ella McDougall at the California Coastal Conservancy and
- Staff at Richardson Bay Audubon.
*Event is free, we will expect if you register then you will attend.