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Watershed Witness Tours

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Upcoming Watershed Witness Tours:
 

Overlooking Poopenaut Valley, above the Tuolumne River below Hetch Hetchy

Overlooking Poopenaut Valley, above the Tuolumne River below Hetch Hetchy

San Francisco/
Tuolumne River/
Hetch Hetchy
Reservoir

Sept 20-22, 2019

Below the surface in San Francisco, past the Pulgas Water Temple, the lower foothill reservoirs and aqueducts, swimming at Rainbow Natural Pool, camping outside Yosemite National Park near Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, and a seasonal visit to Tuolumne Meadows at 8,600ft in the high Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Tributaries meeting the “Mighty Moke” at the Day-Use Area below Camanche Dam and the Fish Hatchery

Tributaries meeting the “Mighty Moke” at the Day-Use Area below Camanche Dam and the Fish Hatchery

East Bay/
Mokelumne River/
Lower Bear Reservoir

June 7-9, 2019
Aug 30-Sept 1, 2019

Explore our local East Bay creeks and reservoirs, cross the fertile valley to Pirates Lair Cafe, check out swim spots along the Mokelumne and Cosumnes Rivers, visit the Camanche Fish Hatchery, party at Pardee Reservoir, then camp at Lower Bear River Reservoir, with explorations of the Mokelumne Wilderness.

Lake Chabot, above Oakland, greets the first rains to wash away the wildfire smoke, Nov 2018

Lake Chabot, above Oakland, greets the first rains to wash away the wildfire smoke, Nov 2018

San Leandro Creek, Oakland
July 7, 2018 ~ 3.5 hrs

San Leandro Creek, just south of Oakland, is one of the most protected and daylighted creeks in the East Bay, outflowing at a preserved marsh next to Oakland Airport, meandering across urban flatlands, pouring over Lake Chabot, and through the San Leandro Reservoirs, beginning as a trickling tributary in Moraga.

 
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Offered at Nerd Nite Oakland, March 2019. Exploring ways of reconnecting with our Bay Area drinking water sources, including the larger story of how California recently emerged from drought, from a Metamorphosis Ecologist perspective. Watershed Witness Tours ~ East Bay/Mokelumne River San Francisco/Tuolumne River Local/Bay Area Watersheds.

THE CALIFORNIA DROUGHT IS OVER! (for now)

Reconnect with Nature

Opportunities
for placeplay

What have others
Witnessed?

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from Sea to Source

from the
Highest Peaks ~
to the Deepest Ocean ~
our Rivers flow
for ALL of us

 

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