Terra Verde, for April 5, 2013 - 1:00pm
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Earth Day is just a couple weeks ago and no doubt, you’ve been racking your brain for weeks, thinking about what you’re going to do for the Earth this year. Today we will be talking about new developments in Restoration Ecology, and a few specific sites in the Bay Area. One of the characteristics that make restoration a unique field in the environmental arena is that there are abundant opportunities for all of us, as members of the public to engage in hands-on participation in environmental conservation, whether it’s for a couple hours or for years. So if you want to get your hands dirty, protecting the environment, stay tuned. Guests: Meredith Williams, Interim Executive Director of the San Francisco Estuary Institute, Phil Stevens, Executive Director of the Urban Creeks Council, and Price Sheppy, San Mateo Community Program Manager of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.