Agendas and Materials
The Alameda Creek Watershed Council meets bi-monthly. Meetings alternate between east and west County locations. We hold field tours and training sessions on alternate months. Please contact Elke Rank at 925-454-5005 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions for meeting topics, trainings, and/or field tours.
Upcoming ACWC Annual Conference
Thursday October 25th
9:00am to 4:00pm. Please click here for the full agenda.
Dublin Public Library – 200 Civic Plaza, Dublin 94568
Morning coffee and lunch (sandwiches, etc.) provided - if you rsvp to Amy Evans before noon on Tuesday, Oct. 23rd (veggie option available, please request)
FIND OUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE WATERSHED!
We’ll be hearing from:
-SFEI’s Robin Grossinger about the results of their just completed Alameda Creek Historical Ecology Study
-Lynna Allen (City of Livermore) and Patti Cole (LARPD) on the new Adopt-A-Creek Spot program for the Tri-Valley area
-Brenda Buxton (State Coastal Conservancy) with an update on the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration
-Barbara Silva, City of Fremont on Sabrecat Creek Public Access and Riparian Habitat Improvements
-Janet Sowers, Fugro Consultants, Inc. on the geology and geomorphology of the watershed
- IRWMP update
Breaking News!!! We’ll be having a short walking tour following lunch of Dublin’s new Alamo Canal Trail Under I-580, now under construction and adjacent to the library. It connects the south end of the Dublin/EBRPD Alamo Canal Trail to the Pleasanton system on the south side of the freeway.
WANT TO BE A SPONSOR?
If you would like to sponsor all or part of the morning coffee or lunch, or host a table, please let Amy know before the 19th. Thank You to our latest event sponsors: Fugro Consultants, Inc. and NewFields River Basin Services!
PLEASE BRING POSTERS of your current or recently completed projects for display! We will also have table space available for handouts. Sharing information is encouraged, so during the lunch break there will be time to peruse these materials and talk to staff involved in the projects.
Please forward this announcement to others who you think may be interested.
Note: The Dublin Public Library is a 1.3 mile walk from the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station (bus and taxi connections are available), and is close to the Hopyard Road/Dougherty Road exit from 580.
Council Chair: Elke Rank, Zone 7
Council Vice Chair: Ralph Johnson, ACPW
Didn't get to attend the last ACWC Annual Conference in October 2010? The presentations are loaded onto the website for your perusal by clicking here.
For more information about Alameda Creek Watershed Council meetings, please contact Amy Evans.
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