On April 18, CCA Architectural Ecologies Lab faculty Adam Marcus, Margaret Ikeda, and Evan Jones will join their collaborators in the Public Sediment team for a public meeting to present and discuss the ongoing Unlocking Alameda Creek project. Please join us and our partners to hear more about the project, provide feedback, and learn about the ecosystem of Alameda Creek. This project is part of Resilient By Design, a year-long collaborative design challenge developing innovative solutions for building resilience in the Bay Area. The event will begin with a presentation at 5:00pm and the rest of the evening will be a chance to mingle, meet the team and put ideas to paper. Children are welcome. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlocking Alameda Creek is a proposal to move the sediment of Alameda Creek to the Bay to regenerate marshes and mudflats at the bay edge – the region’s protective ecological infrastructure. Our team, named Public Sediment, is learning form watershed communities and working to redesign the creek to more effectively deliver sediment, reconnect steelhead with their historic spawning grounds, and organize a water-based network of communities that physically connect to the bay.
Wednesday, April 18th 5 – 8pm
Alameda County Offices, Room 230
951 Turner Court, Hayward, CA 94545
RSVP and get updates at our Eventbrite page.
This conversation is part of the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge that brings designers, local and regional stakeholders, and community members together to build community resilience to climate change.