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Location Change: Audubon at the Salton Sea, with Frank Ruiz – Evening Meeting Reminder: Tuesday, Feb. 6, 7:30 p.m.

February 1, 2018

Our meeting location will be in Joslyn Park in
Santa Monica for the February 6 meeting.
See directions below.
Disregard location information previously given for this meeting.

The Whitewater River flows into the northwest corner of the Salton Sea

Our next evening program is Audubon at the Salton Sea: Understanding the Consequences of Water Transfers. In this presentation Frank Ruiz, Audubon California’s Salton Sea Program Director, will discuss some of the consequences of the water transfer that is causing the health and environmental crisis at Salton Sea.

Frank Ruiz is the Salton Sea Program Director with Audubon California. He has been a Clergy and a mental health professional for over 14 years. Prior to joining Audubon he co-founded and led Por La Creacion: A Faith Based Coalition which seeks to engage Latino Youth and families through education and Advocacy in areas of Conservation and Public Policy. He and his colleagues were extensively involved in the establishment of the California Desert Monuments. He is based in the city of Coachella, Ca. with his wife Laura and two children Johan and Darla.

LOCATION: JOSLYN PARK Auditorium, 633 Kensington Road, Santa Monica
Five blocks south of Pico Blvd., two blocks west of Lincoln Blvd.
If you’re coming from outside Santa Monica, exit the #10 Fwy at Lincoln Blvd., turn southeast, pass Pico Blvd., drive five blocks to Kensington Rd., turn right, 2 blocks southwest to where Kensington turns left and becomes Beverly Ave. Also reached from Pico via 6th St. southeast to Hollister Ave, left on Hollister, left again on Beverly Ave. to Kensington. Park wherever you can.

Link to Google Map

Meeting Room: The auditorium is in the southwest corner of the park adjacent to Kensington Rd. where it turns and become Beverly Ave.

Meetings begin at 7:30 sharp with a little business, and then our main presentation. Refreshments are served afterward. Please leave your coyotes and bobcats at home, however much they whine to come.

Parking:  Parking was easy to find for our December 6 meeting. There is a small lot just west of the auditorium, but you’ll probably have to find street parking, which appears to be free after 6pm. Make sure you check the signs – don’t get a ticket! This is a mostly residential neighborhood, so parking may get tight when the locals get home from work.
[Chuck Almdale]

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