Spring into Summer: Walking the Lafayette Reservoir
Price for Members: $20
Price for Non-Members: Member ONLY event
Date/Time: Friday, June 5, 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Instructor: Herb M. Eder, Ph.D, professor emeritus geography and environmental studies, CSUEB
Location: Lafayette Reservoir, 3849 Mt. Diablo Boulevard, Lafayette, 94549. Availability is subject to restriction by the State and Lafayette Reservoir closure. CDC and State physical distancing practices will be followed.
If Sold Out: Please call the OLLI office – 925-602-6776 – to be added to the wait list. Leave your name & contact number & class request.
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The Lafayette Reservoir is a Bay Area jewel, a multi-use recreation area operated by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). Join Professor Eder for a morning walk around “the Res” followed by a picnic seminar. It’s a chance to discover the seasonal landscape changes that sweep the reservoir and to learn about the plant and animal life it supports. The impact of drought and how management practices try to deal with it will also be explored. We will meet on the east side of the parking lot. Bring cash or a credit card for day parking fees. Other necessities: sturdy shoes, sun hat, sunscreen, water, and a bagged lunch. Note: This is a moderately challenging walk over hilly, unevenly paved ground.
If sold out – ask to be added to the wait list.
Wait List: Please call the OLLI office – 925-602-6776 – to be added to the wait list. Leave your name & contact number & class request.
Start time: 10:30 a.m.
End time: 01:30 p.m.
Venue: Lafayette Reservoir
Directions: Lafayette Reservoir, 3849 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA 94549