December 16, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(415) 488-5161
King tide at China Camp. Photo by Marilyn Bagshaw

King tide at China Camp. Photo by Marilyn Bagshaw

Date: Saturday, December 16th, 2017
Location: China Camp Village Museum
Time: 4pm – 5pm

Come to China Camp State Park to learn what extreme high tides, commonly called King Tides, can tell us about sea level rise. As part of NOAA’s National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERR), China Camp’s tidal marshes play a key role in helping scientists understand how marshes respond to sea level rise and how we can protect them. In this evening talk, we will hear about what scientists have learned so far and how they are learning more through research right here at China Camp.

This talk is an expansion of the popular King Tide Walks Sarah leads each year at China Camp and Rush Ranch (in Solano County). If you’ve left a walk wanting more, this is your chance to go deeper into the science!

FOCC Members — Free Admission

General Public — $5 Admission

Hot beverages and snacks will be provided. Please dress warmly!

Space is limited and reservations are required.

To reserve, send email to:

chinacamp.programs@gmail.com or call (415) 488-5161

Include your name and the number of seats you need.

We will reply to confirm your reservation.