Lecture Series 2017 took a close look at issues including Climate Action in the new Administration, Food Waste, Wildlife, Marin Housing, the Arctic, Health of the Bay, and Marin's Climate Goals. These sessions were offered as education for action, in which participants gained a deeper understanding of the environmental changes we are facing. Our goal was to inspire you to meet the challenges presented by these changes, armed with greater confidence in making choices that benefit the environment. Featured Lecture Series speakers discussed the science underlying each of our topics and explored what we can do as individuals to meet the challenges facing us.
$10* in advance (register below) / $15* day of the event.
* Additional discounts based on membership status. Your membership must be current for 2017.
Admission free to students with a high school or college ID.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged as the discounted price will no longer be offered the day of the event.
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|Climate Action in the New Administration||Wednesday January 25||6 - 7 pm reception,|
7 - 9 pm lecture
|Corte Madera Community Center|
|Hungry for Answers: Why do we waste so much Food?||Saturday February 4||9 am - noon||The Bay Model, Sausalito|
|The Twin Tunnels and SF Waterways—Where's the Balance?||Wednesday March 8||7 - 9 pm||First Presbyterian Church, San Rafael|
|Yes We Can! Marin Solutions for Housing||Saturday March 18||9 am - noon||The Bay Model, Sausalito|
|A Trip North: Researching Climate and Working for Change in Alaska||Wednesday March 22||7 - 9 pm||Corte Madera Community Center|
|Wildlife and Habitat Connectivity||Wednesday April 12||7 - 9 pm||First Presbyterian Church, San Rafael|
|Marin's Climate Goals and Where We Stand||Wednesday April 26||7 - 9 pm||Corte Madera Community Center|