Save The Bay at the virtual Bay Area Science Festival

wetlands of the palo alto baylands
Photo: Zane Cirne-Palo Alto Baylands
  Last month we were at the virtual Bay Area Science Festival! Charlie, our Restoration Education Program Coordinator presented about wetlands and what our team does year-round! The Bay Area Science Festival is one of Northern California’s largest annual education events. It brings together STEM role models, families, youth and adults to explore science. This year the festival was a multi-day event with 125+ virtual events for all ages and backgrounds.

Watch the recording of Charlie’s presentation to​ learn why wetlands are so important in meeting the challenge of climate change and see what our Habitat Restoration Team does year-round to protect shoreline communities and restore habitat all over the Bay Area.

If you are curious to learn more, check out OLO – Outdoor Learning Online! It is our brand new online educational portal that offers hands-on science lessons for remote learning environments for everyone, everywhere to enjoy! Experience the Bay virtually and learn about the Bay’s wetlands, ecology and wildlife!