• Pacific Grove’s Changing Shoreline: how will we adapt?

    As we approach winter and the likelihood of an El Niño weather pattern, SPG encourages the public to examine the prospect of sea-level rise and of increasingly severe storms. Is our beautiful coast ready? Is our infrastructure at risk?OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    Sustainable Pacific Grove presents Prof. Gary Griggs (geologist, UCSC), who will share his expertise of many years on coastal erosion and other dynamics of our shores. A panel of other experts will make for a lively discussion, with time for Q&A.

    The public is invited to attend this free public program. Pacific Grove’s updated Land Use Plan and Local Coastal Program must address these urgent questions. The talk will provide useful background for the City’s workshop coming on Nov. 20. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!

    Wednesday, November 11 at 7 p.m. at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History , located at Central and Forest Avenues, Pacific Grove.

    For more information, denyse.f@att.net

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 7, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Green


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    This is the Heal the Bay Beach Report Card for Monterey Peninsula beaches, which reports water quality grades, or when relevant, weather advisories. An A to F grade is assigned based on the health risks of swimming or surfing at that location. Look at the "dry" grade for all days except those "wet" days during and within 3 days after a rainstorm. Click here for more information on the Beach Report Card. Click the name of the beach when it pops up for more details, or choose a beach below.

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