CreekSpeak Speaker Series
Putah Creek Council runs an annual 6-month series of public talks about the history, culture, and nature of our region called CreekSpeak!
Each year we educate hundreds of people about important creek issues. Past topics have included aquatic insects, native fish, farming in the watershed, mercury in Putah Creek, local wildlife, the history of the region, and more.
The 2019 CreekSpeak lineup includes:
- Thursday, May 16: Wildfires, Grazing, and Birds in the Putah Creek Watershed
- Thursday, June 20: Putah Creek Interpretive Signage Workshop
- Wednesday, July 17: The Scaly, the Slimy, and the Many-Legged: Putah Creek's Underloved Critters
- Thursday, August 15: Mapping Putah Creek
- Thursday, September 19: Fish & Flora in a Mediterranean Climate
- Thursday, October 18: The Putah Cache Bioregion Project Revisited
If you would like to suggest a talk for an upcoming series, please contact us!
Spawning Salmon in Putah Creek: Saturday, November 18, 2017
Nature's Theater for Kids: Explore Putah Creek: October 2017
Past walks, talks, and workshops