The East Bay’s largest watershed by far, Alameda Creek drains fully half the East Bay. Size makes it a potential haven for threatened creatures, including steelhead, that might not survive natural and human-caused upheavals in smaller areas. Challenges and opportunities abound: from pristine tributaries in wide grazing lands to big dams, flood-control channels, and the effects of funneling former huge marshes into the creek. Jeff doesn’t give a lot of talks — this is a real opportunity!
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM