This year’s hurricanes have vividly shown the dangers of our cities’ vast sheets of impermeable roofs, streets, and parking lots. Here in the Bay Area, paved-over cities are being slowly converted to green spongy habitats. How do rain gardens, trees, and soils benefit water, wildlife, and people? Hear about the history and potential from Peter Schuleze-Allen, who brought”low impact development” to Emeryville’s legacy of heavy industry and pollution.
Refreshments 7 PM, talks 7:30 – 9 PM at St. Alban’s Parish Hall, 1501 Washington Ave. (one block north of Solano), Albany. Free, but seating is limited.