Schedule

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June 2nd, 2012 - Schedule of Free Events
8:30 am Morning Yoga
9:30 am Sierra Beekeeping 101
Heather Sullivan, Founder, Sierra Foothill Bee Keepers
10am-noon FILM: Alexandra Cousteau
Expedition of a Blue Planet Series 1
10:15 am Connecting Salmon to Backyards:
10 ways to Save our Salmon
Meredith Hardy, Fish Habitat Specialist, California Conservation Corp
Anna Halligan, Restoration Director, Morro Bay National Estuary Program
10:30 am LIVE MUSIC: Gold Minor, Local Bluegrass
11:00 am Stories of our Mountains: Storytelling
BZ Smith
11:15 am Bring Back the Beavers: The Return of a Keystone!
Brock Dolman, Director Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and The Water Institute
11:45 am Herbal First Aid
Dodie Harte, Herbalist and Founder of Sierra Herbal Institute
Noon The Mystery of Bird Song
David Lukas, author of Sierra Nevada Natural History/California Wild Birds
12-2:30 pm FILM: Alexandra Cousteau
Expedition of a Blue Planet Series 2
1:00 pm LIVE MUSIC: Littlest Birds, Folk/Old Thyme/Bluegrass
1:00 pm Latest Bioacoustic Tracking of Sierran Forest Owls
Ryan Byrnes, USFS and Humboldt State Graduate Thesis Candidate
1:15 pm Save Water & Energy:
The DOs & DON'Ts of Greywater in the Sierras
Regina Hirsch, Sierra Watershed Progressive
2:00 pm State of Western USA Rivers: How much water do we have?
Pete Nichols, Western Regional Director Waterkeeper Alliance
2:45pm KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Basins of Relations: Thinking Like a Watershed
Brock Dolman, Director Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and The Water Institute
Paddle-to-the-Sea Kick-off Party
This concert is a fund raiser for the Tuolumne River Trust - discounted tickets can be purchased here in advance (click here), or at the venue on the day of the event.
5:00 pm LIVE MUSIC: Coyote Hill
6:00 pm LIVE MUSIC: Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers

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