6/12 Webinar: Cardiff Beach Living Shoreline Project
Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, June 12 from 12-1pm to hear from Evyan Sloane of the Coastal Conservancy on the Cardiff Beach Living Shoreline Project. Collaborators and stakeholders celebrated the multi-benefit natural infrastructure project in May 2019 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The project protects Highway 101 and provides ecological benefits to biodiversity and habitat, as well as enhanced coastal access options.
About the Speaker:
Evyan Borgnis Sloane is a Project Manager in the South Coast region of the State Coastal Conservancy. She has managed and provided technical assistance on a number of coastal and estuarine habitat restoration projects with a focus on sea-level rise adaptation and resiliency. Many of her projects are testing innovative solutions to demonstrate the effectiveness of using a variety of native habitats for sea-level rise and storm protection.
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