Join the EV in a fun, interactive learning experience which will teach you about what fires mean for nature in California.
Saturday, September 18th 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Fires are an important fact of life in California. Humans have developed ways to deal with the fire season, but what about plants and animals? In what ways are they adapted to California’s fires?
Join us in this interactive exploration of fire ecology. Learn how plants and animals deal with fire, and discover some amazing facts you might not have known about how fire works in nature! All ages are welcome – activities will be accessible and enjoyable for kids and adults alike.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This program has not yet been determined to be in-person or virtual. The program will only be in-person if current county health mandates allow. Face masks will be required for all participants, and other COVID precautions will be announced.
Location will be the Environmental Volunteers EcoCenter: 2560 Embarcadero Road · Palo Alto, CA 94303
Please fill out a pre-registration form to reserve tickets for you and your family. The form will ask if you are interested in attending in-person, virtually, or both.
Official registration will open once the program has been determined to be in-person or virtual. Those who fill out the pre-registration form will automatically receive tickets on a first-come first-serve basis.