The Alameda County Resource Conservation District invites you to a discussion of Climate Smart Restoration solutions with Point Blue Conservation Science’s STRAW (Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed) program and Copper Moon Ranch. We will discuss restoration in the context of Carbon Farming, the importance of planning for future conditions, and student engagement in hands-on restoration of working lands.
This event is made possible by the California Department of Food & Agriculture and the State Coastal Conservancy , which have both awarded grant funds to the ACRCD through the California Climate Investments to plan, implement, and monitor carbon farming projects.
The event will be held on Zoom. Details will be sent upon registration.