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ZOOM EVENT: 9th Dr. Mary Bowerman Science & Research Colloquium

December 8, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Dr. Mary Leolin Bowerman co-founded Save Mount Diablo in 1971.

Join the Colloquium Zoom Event

Dr. Mary Leolin Bowerman co-founded Save Mount Diablo in 1971. Mary was a botanist and a student of the flora of Mount Diablo for over 70 years. In her honor, Save Mount Diablo established the Mary Bowerman Science and Research Program in 2013.

In addition to facilitating research on and around the mountain by offering micro-grant awards, one of the goals of the program is to share valuable findings and management implications for Mount Diablo’s natural resources with the public. The Colloquium will inform other scientists, researchers, and the general public about ongoing projects and discoveries in the Diablo Range.

This event will be recorded and uploaded onto our YouTube channel afterwards.

Dr. Mary Bowerman Science & Research Colloquium

Date: Thursday, December 9th

Location: Zoom

Presentations: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM



Sean Burke (Land Programs Director, Save Mount Diablo)


Seth Adams (Land Conservation Director, Save Mount Diablo)

Monarchs on Mount Diablo:  What Save Mount Diablo is Doing to Help Monarchs

Sean Burke (Land Programs Director, Save Mount Diablo)

Honoring the Lands Past and Stewarding Its Future

Kathy Cutting (Galindo Creek Field Station Coordinator, Cal State East Bay) & Derek Emmons (Agriculture Conservation Coordinator, Contra Costa Resource Conservation District)

NatureCheck:  An Ecological Health Assessment of Wildlife on East Bay Lands

Doug Bell (Ph.D., Wildlife Program Manager, East Bay Regional Park District)

Monitoring Water Quality in the Creeks of Contra Costa County

Satoko Mills (Environmental Monitoring and Restoration Coordinator, The Watershed Project)

California Condor Recovery at Pinnacles National Park

Erin Lehnert (Field Crew Member, Pinnacles National Park)

The Long Game: How Robert Doyle Shaped the East Bay

Joan Hamilton (Producer, Audible Mount Diablo)

Conservation of Mt. Diablo Buckwheat

Holly Forbes (Curator & Conservation Officer, UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

Investigation Into Recent Dieback and Mortality of Knobcone Pine and Manzanita on Mt. Diablo

Dr. Tedmund J. Swiecki (Principal/Plant Pathologist, Phytosphere Research)

Closing Remarks

Malcolm Sproul (Science and Research Committee Chair, Save Mount Diablo)

Contact Denise Castro, Education & Outreach Associate, for any questions:



December 8, 2022
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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