Climate and weather have long been noted as playing key roles in wildfire activity, and global warming is expected to exacerbate fire impacts on natural and urban ecosystems. Predicting future fire regimes requires an understanding of how temperature and precipitation have historically interacted to control fire activity. By focusing on the diversity of ecosystems in California, wildfire ecologist Jon Keeley will illustrate key principles that need to be used in predicting future fire regimes.
Monday, April 11, 2017, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
$15.00 Public, $10.00 Students with ID and RSABG members
Refreshments will be offered.
Located in the East Classroom, which is wheel chair accessible. If you will need assistance up the hill to the venue please call several days ahead of time.
Registration is required. Please register online or at the front kiosk as space is limited, and it may fill up quickly! (45/45 seats still open!)
Please make sure to arrive on time as the gate to the garden closes exactly at 5:00 pm and you will not be able to enter.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Education Assistant Diana Nightingale at (909)-625-8767 ext. 251 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education Classes Refund Policy
In the case that a fee-based class or workshop is cancelled, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden will refund the full (100%) payment.
If a registered and paid participant withdraws from the class 72 hours or more prior to the beginning of the event, class, or workshop a full refund will be issued.
If a registered and paid participant withdraws more than 24 hours but less than 72 hours before the beginning of the class, event, or workshop a 50% refund will be issued.
If a registered and paid participant withdraws less than 24 hours before the class, or is a ‘no-show’ on the day of the event, class, or workshop, no refund will be issued.
This Refund Policy applies to all classes requiring payment.