Stroke is the number one leading cause of long term disability in America. In this seminar, we will learn about strokes, signs & symptoms, modifiable risk factors, and the importance of acting fast from an MSN, RN and expert who is a Stroke Program Coordinator at Regional Medical Center.
**Pay upfront and be reimbursed at the end of the walk**. Join us for a one-way stroll starting at the north end of the Guadalupe River Trail and traveling through Ulistac Nature Area. There will be cool breezes from the bay as we walk by the river and surrounding marsh where egrets, herons, wrens and other birds search for food. Along the way, we will learn about the marsh birds. We end with a social picnic lunch at Lick Mill Park. This program is supported by the Knight Foundation. Photo by Ron Horii.
On this full day trip, our first adventure is leisurely educational walk at an internationally known sustainable farm where we will learn about the latest research on optimizing food production and learn tips for your garden. We will break for a social lunch by the beach. Next, we will visit the site of an historic tannery and learn about Santa Cruz tanning history and tour working art studios.