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The Spring 2017 Report on the Sierra Nevada’s Rain, Snowpack, Trees, Water, Ecosystems, and Climate Change
March 27 at 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Commonwealth Club is hosting a panel including our executive director, Patrick Koepele. This panel will give an update on conditions in the Sierra Nevada mountains and discuss where we are in the climate cycle after this winter’s rain and snow. A networking session will begin at 5:30 pm; the panel begins at 6:00 pm.
This is a ticketed event. Tickets are $20 for nonmembers; FREE for Commonwealth Club members; and FREE for students. To purchase tickets, click here.
From the Commonwealth Club’s website:
Scott Tangenberg, Acting Forest Supervisor, Stanislaus National Forest
Patrick Koepele, Executive Director, Tuolumne River Trust
Michael Carlin, Deputy General Manager, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Bob Kingman, Assistant Executive Officer, Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Join our distinguished panel for an up-to-date report on the Sierra Nevada mountains, habitats, water, rivers, trees, ground cover and the harsh economic impacts caused by fire, degradation and the cycle of climate changes. After the 2016-17 winter of rain and snowfall, where are we now in the climate cycle and the cycle of destruction, renewal and regrowth for our mountains, valleys, rivers and economies?