The Central California Coast Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology provides a forum for the exchange of ideas between conservation biologists, students and advocates from Silicon Valley to Monterey Bay. The CCCSCB strives to make links among the local conservation community, to promote greater knowledge and understanding of local conservation initiatives and research, and to develop the necessary skills for successful conservation efforts, in keeping with the mission of the Society for Conservation Biology (http://www.conbio.org/AboutUs/).
NEXT CHAPTER MEETING
The next C3SCB meeting will be held on Thursday, March 24th from 6:30pm to 9:00pm in the Kirsch Center at De Anza College in Cupertino, CA.
Our featured dinner speakers for the evening’s program will be Julie Phillips (professor in Environmental Studies at De Anza College) and representatives from the Wildlife Corridor Technician (WCT) Internship Program. Their talk will focus on the study of wildlife population connectivity in Santa Clara County, CA.
Chapter meetings are held every other month, usually on a Thursday. Traditionally, they have been held at Suraj Indian Restaurant in Redwood City, but the Meeting will be held at De Anza College in March. Typically, the meetings are from 6:30-9pm, with the business meeting starting at 7pm and the featured talk beginning at 8pm.