Long Time Coming: 16 Years’ Progress and Peril on Alameda Creek


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Edith Stone Room, Albany Community Center, 1249 Marin, Albany

Jeff Miller, head of Alameda Creek Alliance, shows slides and recounts 16 years of adventures restoring Alameda Creek, from rescuing trapped steelhead to removing dams and stopping highways.

Free, refreshments! Presented by Friends of Five Creeks, 510 848 9358, [email protected], www.fivecreeks.org

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