Bay Visions 2021 | Symposium Recording

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Choosing the Right Plant

Native Plant Nurseries

Organizations working to Protect the Bay and its Watershed

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Wetlands and Other Places to Visit

Program Highlights

Karina Nielsen, professor and director of the Estuary & Ocean Science Center, San Francisco State University, will provide an overview of the complex issues facing the Bay.

Dr. Katharyn Boyer, professor of Biology-Wetlands, Community and Restoration Ecology, will highlight mitigation and restoration efforts using plants as buffers, filters and habitat for the Bay Area Biome.

Josie Iselin, author of The Curious World of Seaweed, will discuss the vital role of seaweed in maintaining our Bay ecosystem while she shares her ethereal photos of seaweed’s shape-shifting colors, revealing a rich botanical world not often seen.

Diana Benner and Laura Hanson, co-owners of The Watershed Nursery in Richmond, will provide an up-close look at the native plants they grow, the nursery’s involvement in large wetlands restoration projects, and the use of local wetland species in Bay Area gardens.

Sponsored By

Piedmont Garden Club, Woodside-Atherton Garden Club, Marin Garden Club, Orinda Garden Club, Hillsborough Garden Club, and Carmel-By-the-Sea Garden Club


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