CCIWS
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November 14, 2019

Carmel Valley, CA

 
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Join us for the 20th Annual CCIWS in Carmel Valley!

In 2019 CCIWS will focus on the latest and best proven methods in the remediation and prevention of invasive weeds. We are developing an exciting list of speakers and presentations that will provide you with the tools to help protect California lands from non-native invasive plants. There will be lots of opportunity to meet dedicated, like minded individuals, to share experience and knowledge and to network. Expect a day filled with compelling morning presenters, afternoon field trips to local project sites, some DPR continuing education units (including laws and regs), a hearty lunch and great people!

 

Venue

Hidden Valley Music Seminars

104 W. Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel Valley, CA 93901



Field Trips

  1. San Clemente Dam Removal Restoration Site

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San Clemente Dam ©amwater

  • Details coming soon!

2. Santa Lucia Preserve

Santa Lucia Preserve

Santa Lucia Preserve

  • Details Coming Soon!

3. Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement Project- CR FREE

Big Sur Land Trust Odello East

Big Sur Land Trust Odello East

There’s exciting stuff happening along the lower Carmel River! Join Big Sur Land Trust staff to talk about plans to rewild a golf course, restore a floodplain, recharge groundwater, and reduce flood risk. We’ll meet at the HQ of Rancho Cañada, the newest addition to the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District, and walk into adjoining the 4350-acre Palo Corona Regional Park for an overview of the Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Enhancement (CR FREE) Project. The CR FREE Project is a complex $33 million, multi-benefit project co-sponsored by BSLT and Monterey County that will construct a causeway under Highway 1, notch levees and restore floodplain function for the lower Carmel River.

Presenters: Nikki Nedeff and Abby Nichols, Big Sur Land Trust
Walking Distance: Approximately 2.5 miles round trip on flat terrain.

4. Hatton Canyon & Point Lobos State Parks

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Point Lobos ©seemonterey.com

  • Details coming soon!