Our mission is to restore, maintain, and protect the Sausal Creek Watershed. We educate future generations, involve the community in local environmental stewardship, and collaborate with agencies and other nonprofits to have a positive impact on the local ecosystem.
April Community Talk: Reflecting on Stewardship with Yakuta Poonawalla
Thank you for joining us for our virtual April Community talk with Yakuta Poonwalla, the San Francisco Community Programs Manager with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. Yakuta will be facilitating an interactive discussion on environmental stewardship. We will be exploring how can we create a deeper understanding of stewarding the Sausal Creek Watershed. How can we strengthen our relationship with the natural world through culture, traditions, and story sharing? This reflection on stewardship through the lenses of diversity, equity, and inclusion will invite participants to reimagine what stewardship can mean. We hope you will join us on zoom on April 21 and come with a willingness to listen and share! Attendance is by registration only.
Yakuta Poonawalla works for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, where she leads the San Francisco Community Stewardship Program, which focuses on mindfulness, cultural relevance, and healing. She uses habitat restoration and storytelling to connect communities to the natural world and create a sense of belonging. She hopes to inspire, educate, and cultivate deep love and respect for the environment -- and to ensure that nature and science are accessible to all.
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