Do you enjoy San Ramon Creek? Want to learn more about the creek & how you can help protect it?
The Friends of San Ramon Creek is hosting an informational meeting in Danville on Wednesday, June 15 at 5:30 pm in the Mt. Diablo Room of the Danville Public Library. The meeting is for everyone with an interest in our local creeks and who want to get involved in keeping them healthy.
The featured speaker is Malcolm Sproul, who will provide tips about creek stewardship and flora, especially plants that stabilize, enhance the creeks and provide important habitat. He’ll also share stories about observed changes in our creek system over the decades and the biggest threats to a healthy watershed at this time.
Malcolm received his B.A. and M.L.S. in Environmental Planning, from UC Berkeley, and then worked for the Marin County Planning Dept. for four years. In 1979, he joined LSA Associates and is now a principal in natural resources management and environmental planning, managing their Point Richmond office. An avid outdoorsman, Malcolm serves on the board of Save Mount Diablo and lives with his wife Casey live in Moraga. In 2020, Malcolm received Save Mount Diablo’s Mountain Saver Award and Diablo Magazine’s Threads of Hope Award.
The Friends of San Ramon Creek is a grassroots organization whose mission is to support programs and projects which promote a healthy San Ramon Creek. Come learn about your local creek and get involved!
For more information contact:
Elizabeth Harvey Roberts