We are holding our monthly chapter meeting at Papas y Pollo in Sebastopol. Agenda and directions are below.
APPM Iron Rangers Update
• Results of State Parks’ first Stakeholders Meeting
• Next meeting November date TBD
Sonoma County LCP Update
• Upcoming County PRMD Public Meeting to present draft, Monday November
16th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
Upcoming Events and Promotion
• 2016 Sonoma Coast Surfrider Calendars, distribute mid-November
• B-Rad Beach Clean-Up at North Salmon Creek State Beach, Tentatively Saturday
December 12th 10- 1 pm
Open Discussion and Closing Comments
Next Meeting Thursday December 3, 2015, Same Time, Same Place
Come to compete or simply enjoy a day on Bodega Bay at the 2015 Blue Water Paddle Race, Sunday September 20th, 10 – 2 pm, Bay Flat Road, immediately West of Porto Bodega Marina. SUP and Prone Competition categories, prizes, BBQ and FUN – Bring the family! Go to Brown Paper Tickets for pre-event ticket sales or pay at the event. Be sure to bring your signed Entry Form.”
We will be holding our monthly meeting at 7:30PM at Paps y Pollo in Sebastopol. Will will be discussing the AAPM / Iron Rangers issue, our new web site and e-mail accounts, promotional projects and other upcoming events.
We look forward to seeing everyone who can make it.
Here is a short video which portrays the incredible work and attitude of this brilliant, dedicated, yet humble scientist
The Cannes Film Festival’s closing film on Saturday was a call to arms to tackle climate change featuring the scientific pioneer who spent decades in Antarctica proving the existence of global warming.
“I used to be pessimistic, but I think people are changing,” said Claude Lorius, the 91-year-old French scientist whose groundbreaking research on ice cores proved the link between greenhouse gases and global temperatures.
His story is told in the documentary “Ice and the Sky”, featuring footage from his earliest missions in the 1950s through to the present day.
Lorius carried out 22 expeditions — some lasting as long as a year — in Antarctica, where he helped pioneer the drilling and examining of ice cores, gathering climatic data going back more than 400,000 years.