Hosted by: American Ethnological Society
Of interest to: Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
There is no cost to attend this offsite event, but the event organizer and Coyote Meadows Coalition kindly request that all attendees register and complete a waiver and photo release.
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Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful is a San Jose environmental organization that is mobilizing grassroots efforts to restore a vital urban waterway. Engage and understand the immediate San Jose environment and take a walking tour by the river. Coyote Creek, which runs through the heart of San Jose, is a 64-mile long river and the largest watershed in Santa Clara County. Its health is vital to the sustainability of the region. Learn about the complexities of watershed restoration and its interconnection with social issues. Participants will walk along the river, learn about the impact of climate change and local environmental initiatives.