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Environmental Education Center

1751 Grand Blvd

CA 95002

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Join one of our Student Conservation Association interns, Haleigh, for a fun walk amongst the Refuge habitats to discuss the geology of the area! We’ll learn about the geological history of San Francisco Bay during a short presentation and then head outside for an interactive walk on our trails! The important history of salt harvesting in the South Bay will be highlighted as we walk through the historical and restored salt marshes. Appropriate for all ages. Questions?: Hope 408-262-5513 ext. 104.

*Please help save trees and the planet by not printing out your tickets.

This free program is offered by the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society, the 503(c) nonprofit Friends Group to the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex, through the Watershed Watchers Program. This program is a partnership of the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society. The purpose of this program is to prevent urban runoff pollution and increase the surrounding communities’ knowledge of such pollution, and how to reduce its harmful effects through personal behavior.

For more information, and to become a member, please visit www.sfbws.com or call (510) 792-0222 ext. 364.


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