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Event: Workshop on Alluvial Fan Processes and Local Examples with Field Trip

Date: Thu, Mar 14th 2013, 10:30am - 2:00pm
Location: Napa Valley College Building 1400, Room 1434 2277 Napa-Vallejo Hwy Napa, CA
Description:

This workshop will describe alluvial fan processes local examples include Rector, Mill, Ritchie and Conn Creeks in Napa Valley and various valleys inthe Russian River watershed. Appropriate management and revegetation practices will be presented. Then we will have a field trip to see a revegetation project at the alluvial fan on Rector Creek. Please wear appropriate field clothes, sturdy shoes and bring water and a hat.

Speakers include:

Laurel Marcus, Executive Director, CLSI

Anya Perron-Burdick, Stewardship Manager, The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship

Mia Docto, Geomorphologist Graduate Student, UC Berkeley

Please RSVP to lisal@fishfriendlyfarming.org or (707)253-1226 x4 

10:30 am-12 noon presentations, 1:00-2:00 pm field visit at Rector Creek

See details on flier via link below. 

Workshop funding provided by the State Water Resources Control Board

Sponsored by: California Land Stewardship Institute (707) 253-1226 fax (707) 253-1708 www.fishfriendlyfarming.org