During this seminar, you will learn about the importance of sugar, how to read food labels to accurately monitor your sugar intake and the science behind sugar cravings so you can control them when there are lots of pies and other sweets during this holiday season. The information will be presented in simple terms to make it easy to understand. The seminar is presented by a Ph.D. scientist with more than 24 years of experience. Image by congerdesign from Pixabay.
Join us for a four-mile, moderate hike on the most popular trails of Henry Coe Park led by a California naturalist who has been walking the Henry Coe trails for 20 years. This is the largest state park in northern California, protecting and preserving 87,000 acres of scenic hills and mountain ridges. It once belonged to a rancher named Henry Willard Coe whose heirs donated the ranch that would become the state park bearing his name. The trails on this hike are easy to moderate and have breathtaking views, several springs, sheltered woodlands with a good mix of sun and shade. We will end with a social bring your own picnic lunch. BAO will arrange carpooling and parking fees are included.
At almost 2000-acres, Palo Alto Baylands is one of the largest tracts of undisturbed marshland remaining in the San Francisco Bay. This unique mixture of tidal and fresh water habitats is home to a diverse group of resident and migratory birds that stopover on the Pacific Flyway. We will learn about the birds and listen to bird haiku from a distinguished Haiku poet, as we travel along the marsh, pass the duck pond and San Francisco Creek and head out to the edge of the Bay.