Creek Crawl

Public Sediment, Alameda Creek

Alameda County

The Creek Crawl was a walking tour event hosted by Public Sediment along the creek to kickoff public outreach for this project. The tour had three stops along the creek where participants learned about the history of the creek, how it has changed over time, and participated in a community conversation about building resilience to the impacts of climate change. They heard from local experts about the role of sediment, people, and fish within the Alameda Creek as they walked about one mile around its edges. There were refreshments and activities for children.

Your Turn

Are you trying to raise awareness and draw peoples’ attention to a specific location? Plan a crawl around that area with different stops and activities. 

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