A man in a winter coat and hat stands in the snow and a man stands next to a river.

Coastal Fog – A Lifeline for Native Plants

Please note that San Diego County has moved into high risk for community spread of COVID-19. Due to this status, the National Park Service requires all people to wear a mask inside a federal building. We will have masks available to you at the event. In addition, chairs in the auditorium will be spread out to mitigate risk. We appreciate your understanding in following these requirements.

This a hybrid event – in-person in the auditorium (no registration required, masks ARE required) as well as a free event on Zoom (registration required).

A man in a winter coat and hat stands in the snow and a man stands next to a river.

How important is coastal fog? To San Diego’s native plants, coastal fog can be a lifeline – in the local hot, dry climate many plants harvest this water source for survival. In this Naturally Speaking science talk, join environmental scientist Taro Katayama and geoscientist Brent Wilder to learn more about the connection between plants and fog, how we measure this elusive moisture, and what trends might be shifting in a changing world.

Friday, July 15th, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Cabrillo National Monument auditorium and Zoom

No registration required for in-person attendance – (park entrance fees apply, MASKS ARE REQUIRED)

For free virtual attendance via Zoom, register at CNMF.org.

Sponsored by the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation

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