In-Person Lecture – Daylighting springs, creeks, and marshes: 20 years of wetland restoration in the Presidio of San Francisco
Saturday, December 10 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST
On Saturday, December 10th at 3 pm, the Friends of San Pedro Valley Park welcome Lewis Stringer. He will discuss the decades long effort to restore the Tennessee Hollow Watershed and Mountain Lake. Topics will include ecological design, revegetation, invasive species control, water quality and ecological monitoring. Innovative wildlife reintroductions that help improve ecological function, such as the restoration of California floater mussels and Olympia oysters will also be discussed.
This talk will take place indoors at the SPVP Visitor Center as we resume our in-person program of educational lectures (masks will be optional). Please join us for what promises to be a very interesting and informative talk.
About the speaker: Lewis Stringer is the Associate Director of Natural Resources at the Presidio Trust. He has over 25 years’ experience applying technical, policy and scientific expertise to the design and implementation of ecological restoration, research, and education programs in the San Francisco Bay Area. After years of managing habitat restoration projects at sites such as Crissy Field, Lewis is now focused on bringing ecological innovation to the design, research, and maintenance of the of the Presidio’s cultural landscapes. He completed his graduate studies in Land Rehabilitation from Montana State University in 2003 with a focus on plant ecology in disturbed landscapes.
- Saturday, December 10
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST
- San Pedro Valley Park Visitor Center
600 Oddstad Blvd
Pacifica, 94044 United States + Google Map