• Lecture: Our Beaches and Dunes at the Edge of the Sea

    dunesOn Thursday, December 13, from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, 165 Forest Avenue, Coastal biologist Dave Shonman will tell us how the wind, the waves, the ocean currents and rivers interact with plants and animals (including people) to create, maintain and sometimes damage our region’s beaches and dunes, simple but intriguing coastal systems. hey are enjoyed by residents and visitors as places of beauty and recreation; they also provide habitats for a variety of species that are able to thrive in challenging environmental conditions.

    Cost: $5 and free for Museum members

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 6, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Green

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