Lowly mud is vital to San Francisco Bay, building marshes and mudflats, affecting water quality and wildlife. But mud appears to be growing scarce at the same time that changing climate and sea level threaten nature and manmade communities around the Bay. Jeremy Lowe, Senior Coastal Geomorphologist, ESA, speaks on mud's history and current role and how undervalued resources like mud and wastewater can be critical in creating sustainable shorelines. Seating limited. Refreshments 7, talk 7:30.
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