Meet us under the redwoods to explore the beauty, history, science, and benefits of redwood forests. The 2022 series is sponsored by Scharf Investments.
Prescribed Fire Policy in California | Lenya Quinn-Davidson
May 31, 1 - 2 PM PST
Prescribed fire is one of the best tools to promote ecological and community resilience in California, yet barriers remain. Learn about recent legislative efforts.
Magical Learning in Nature | Carrie Herrera
June 28, 1 - 2 PM PST
Join YMCA Camp Jones Gulch director Carrie Herrera to learn about how it makes a difference for children to be immersed in outdoor educational experiences.
The End of Rain: Art, Emotion, and Land | Scott Ordway
July 26, 1 - 2 PM PST
Join composer and artist Scott Ordway to learn about his new symphonic work, The End of Rain, based on crowdsourced stories of wildfire and drought.
Illustrating Nature | Jane Kim
August 30, 1 - 2 PM PST
Join Jane Kim to explore how she and her team brings the beauty and complexity of nature to life, merging science illustration with modern fine art.
Cotoni-Coast Dairies | Matt DeYoung
September 27, 1 - 2 PM PST
Join Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Stewarsdship for a look at public access to Cotoni-Coast Dairies, the new unit of the California Coastal Monument, opening later this year.
The Historical Ecology of Indigenous Stewardship Practices
October 25, 1 - 2 PM PST
The Amah Mutsun Land Trust has partnered with the Department of Anthropology at UC Berkeley to investigate how Native people used fire to steward important cultural and natural resources on the landscape.