COMMUNITY PROGRAM: Diablo Canyon Lands, Monday Sept. 16th

When: Monday, Sept. 16th, 7:00pm
Where: SLO Botanical Garden Oak Glen Pavilion in El Chorro Regional Park

Kara Woodruff will present important information on two regions of SLO County with high conservation priority and high risk: the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes and the Diablo Canyon Coast (including Wild Cherry Canyon and “Little Cherry Canyon”). Come to learn about these important areas in our county and what is being done to protect them.

Kara is a Cal Poly graduate and received a J.D. and M.A. from Duke University. She is currently the VP/Chief Compliance Officer and financial planner at Blakeslee & Blakeslee and was a former project director for The Nature Conservancy and American Land Conservancy. Her passion is for the natural world and being involved in conservation projects, which she now does on a volunteer basis. Past and current projects include the Hearst Ranch, Cambria Coast Ranch, Chimineas Ranch, and lands in the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes and Irish Hills/Diablo Canyon Coast.

All MCAS Community Programs are free and open to the public. As always, all ages are welcome.