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Lecture: "Carmel River, Then and Now"

Find out about how drought periods have affected the Carmel River in the past and today. Author Ray March will use data researched for his book "River in Ruin" and compare it with current information to give a perspective on the river's status. 

Ray March is the author of five works of fiction. His most recent book is the nonfiction work "River in Ruin: The Story of the Carmel River" (Univ. of Nebraska Press). He is the former editor of the Carmel Pine Cone, and previously was a reporter for the Monterey Peninsula Herald and the Salinas Californian, among other newspapers.

Admission to the talk is $5 (free for Museum Members)

Earlier Event: July 14
Lecture: Monterey Audubon Society