Laurel Collins is a fluvial geomorphologist with 40 years of experience studying western rivers, streams, and tidal marshes. Raised in Marin, she studied geology and received her degree from UC Berkeley. She has worked as a geomorphologist for organizations including the CA Dept. of Forestry, USGS, US Dept. of Justice, SF Estuary Institute, and Marin…

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Join us for a night of hair-raising aeronautical adventure as Betty Goerke shares the story of America’s first transcontinental air race from her new book: A Broken Propeller. In Oct 1919, fifty-nine pilots flying in open cockpits and with no parachutes, competed in a long distance round trip air race that began simultaneously in San…

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