or call 415-285-6556 to set up a Bioregional
Tour of San Francisco or a presentation, performance or workshop for
your group. Planet Drum is available to travel to your bioregion.
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(Meet and chat with Planet Drum staff, and see exhibits, books, maps, and
crafts for sale.)
Planet Drum will be participating in the
National Geographic BioBlitz of 2014 as
an exhibitor. We will have a table set up at the exhibitor tent. The
event will be taking place at Crissy Field
in the Marina District of San Francisco. Times for the event are
from 9 AM - 5 PM on Friday, March 28th and 9 AM
- 4 PM on Saturday, March 29th. For more information on
Bioblitz, please visit the event webpage.
Planet Drum's Bioregional Education Program offers Workshop/Workdays
in partnership with Green City Resources organizations. Community volunteers
learn about a specific places and aid in the hands-on work being conducted there.
Islais Creek Restoration at Glen Canyon
Park - with Ecology Center SF
from 9 AM - 12 PM you can join our
naturalist, Noixium Berrios with restoration of the creek. Please
call him in advance, (415) 756-4223.
San Bruno Mountain - with San Bruno
We are open Tuesdays and
Thursdays for ecological tours, habitat restoration,
and aquatic biology courses. Check out the
San Bruno Mountain Watch website
for more info.
March 30 and April 27 Native American
Ways Hike - Noixium Berrios, naturalist and science educator, leads
you to a hidden Ohlone Indian shellmound in Buckeye Canyon, on the north
slope of San Bruno Mountain. Discover how the Ohlone lived and utilized
the land. Learn about Native American storytelling and dancing, with
hands-on demonstrations of tule technology. Reserve a spot in advance on
Yosemite Slough - with Literacy for
Fridays and Saturdays
our naturalist will be working with
LEJ on Restoration and Environmental Education (Natural History,
ecological tours, marine biology, birding, tracking, etc.) at Yosemite
firstname.lastname@example.org for information and reservations.
Explore urban wild places! See sustainability in action! Learn about native
plants and restoration projects!
Planet Drum is available to give you or your group a bioregional tour in
the Bay Area.
These trips are tailored to your interests, ranging from one to four hours, and can
include a hands-on work component. Call and arrange a tour now for yourself, your family,
your employees group or business, or your school. They're fun, informational, and
will give you a new perspective! (415-285-6556 or