The Nature Club Dine and Discover: Stream Observations
Stream Observations with Mike Kahle – Cobb County Watershed Supervisor
Streams are the base of our communities, both natural and municipal. Imagine unfolding a map of where you live, and overlaying blue lines on all the streams, creeks, and rivers. Suddenly your map is a dense blue haze, suggesting that every inch of our landscape is shaped by the work of water. With this watershed view in mind, come join a conversation about how the magic of free-flowing water is steeped in chemistry, biology, geology, and physics, and the role we all play in keeping that magic alive. Mike is the Watershed Supervisor for Cobb County Water System and has previously worked as a Public Programs Coordinator with The Nature Conservancy, a naturalist with the Orange County Department of Education in California and the Chattahoochee Nature Center. With an educational background in Geographical Sciences (B.S. University of Nevada), Mike’s 24 years as an environmental educator has been dedicated to raising place-based awareness of the natural places found amongst the areas we live.
Attend in-person at 7PM in the CNC Plaza Conference Room and bring a dish to share for the potluck. Make new friends and connections at Nature Club while learning all at the same time. Mike’s presentation will begin at 7:30PM.
Ages 16+. $10 general public / $5 CNC Members. Advanced Registration Required by Wednesday, January 24.