Join us on February from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. or on any of the free monthly Monument tours hosted by WildPlaces and made possible through the charitable contributions of California Wildlands Rapid Response Grant and Lush Charitable Giving Program.
Come live the stories you've been told and see for yourself snowy high Sierra meadows, touch wild and scenic rivers, plant Giant sequoia seedlings, explore waterfalls, learn locations of secret recreation areas. This is a unique opportunity, to say the least.
Register by emailing email@example.com and calling 760.447.1702. Only 10 spaces available
This and all scheduled tours are free and include transportation, lunch, and an "in-flight" public lands workshop designed to educate us on the many critical functions that public lands provide.
Adaptation of Plants, Animals and Humans to Wildﬁres: What to Expect Following the Pier Fire! with Dr. Jon Keeley, ﬁre ecologist/research scientist for the United States Geological Survey and adjunct professor UCLA! !
Wildﬁres are a necessary part of the ecology of many wild landscapes in mediterranean-type climates across the globe, promoting healthy wildlands and biodiversity. After an explosive ﬁre year in California, many questions arise as humans more commonly move into areas that are subject to burning. Dr. Keeley will provide an overview of the ﬁre history of Sierra Nevada forests and shrublands, describing interesting ways plants and animals have adapted to survive wildﬁres. This talk will touch on important issues related to the wildland-urban interface, as well as the future in an era of global change.!
Lunch is provided
Pier Fire 2017