Our latest outreach materials for climate change education are on display at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah. The materials are available to all, and are part of Grace Hudson’s larger Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change exhibit that runs from February 10 through June 17, 2018. The exhibit features photos of California’s wildflowers from renowned, Bay Area-photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter.
Our Water Quality Specialist arranged for the materials to be on display with help from Curator of Education & Exhibits Sherrie Smith-Ferri. It’s an honor to have these items available to the public. Not only do the materials provide information on what climate change is and how to prevent it, but there’s elements of the Northern Pomo language included. The sidebars feature vocabulary words translated into Northern Pomo, which is implemented at PPN’s Head Start programs. Not only was this a chance to share best practices with the greater public, but also some cultural knowledge.
Stop by Grace Hudson any time before June 17 to pick up a copy of the materials yourself. If you’d like to download your own copy, follow these links: