The City of Dana Point Free Family Friendly Science Night is Thursday September 20 2018.
Dana Point Science Night will highlight Southern California Wetlands Conservation.
Dana Point Science Night is at The Dana Point City Council Chambers at 6:30pm till 8:00pm.
Wetland Scientist and Dana Point Native Mo Wise from the Irvine Ranch Water District is the Guest Speaker.
Did you know natural wetlands have been almost entirely depleted in southern California? Wetlands provide crucial habitat and environmental services, and are important to improving water quality while using minimal energy and resources.
Learn how artificial wetlands have been implemented into the urban environment to reduce urban runoff that directly affects coastal ecosystem health and diversity of our coastal natural resources.
Dana Point Science Nights allow you to learn about local ecosystems, California’s unique flora and fauna, and new science research in Orange County.
Presentations feature local and esteemed experts from the scientific community.
The Dana Point City Council Chambers is located at 33282 Golden Lantern Suite 210.
Learn about current Science-related topics presented in a family-friendly format.
Generally, hands-on activities and/or displays will be present and geared towards children.
Please contact the Natural Resources Department for more information at
DPnaturalresources@danapoint.org or (949) 248-3527