Birds, Bees and Bob Dylan: History of our land and its restoration on the Peninsula
Community Night with the Library
Dramatic climactic shifts affect the world in which we live and how we live in it. Join Rafael Payan, PhD as he addresses some of the ways the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District is doing its part to restore lands to their former health and beauty as in the case of the former Rancho Canada Golf Course in Carmel.
FREE – Donations are always welcome. Proceeds benefit Carmel Public Library. Click to donate
Hosted by the Carmel Public Library Foundation
Part of the Henry Meade Williams Local History Lecture Series
Sponsored by the Frank & Eva Buck Foundation and Robert & Lacy Buck