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Nature & Science Committee

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The objectives of the Nature & Science Committee are to increase appreciation for Portola Valley's natural environment by:

  • Providing opportunities for residents and visitors to observe and study local natural history
  • Encouraging scientific dialog and promoting scientific literacy in the community
  • Providing information to the community about science, technology, and natural history through
    • After-school classes
    • Evening and weekend programs
    • Sharing of local natural history archives
    • Preservation of local plant, animal, and geologic specimens 
 

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Committee Members                                     Meets: Alternate even months, 2nd Thursday at 5 p.m., Historic Schoolhouse
Michael Bray Council Liaison: Jeff Aalfs 
Danna Breen Number of Members: 5 to 9
Andrew Browne Established: 2006
Brook Coffee E-mail: science@portolavalley.net 
Bonnie Crater  
Pamela Dorrell  
Zephyr Quirk   
Yvonne Tryce   
Cindie White   

 

 

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