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Dr. Harry Lyons, professor of ecology and biology at the Yuba College Clear Lake Campus, has been busy this summer presenting numerous programs featuring his “Myths and Music” of Clear Lake to service clubs, community groups, and the state park.
Dr. Lyons will be doing one last public summer program on Thursday evening, Aug. 6, at the Lake County Land Trust’s Rodman Slough Preserve Nature Education Center at the corner of the Nice-Lucerne Cutoff and Westlake Road, between Lakeport and Upper Lake. The program starts at 7 p.m.
Here is one last chance this summer to hear his educational presentation on Clear Lake, plus enjoy the debut of two new “Lake” songs featuring not only Dr. Lyons, but standup bass player, Rick McCann.
Dr. Lyons will talk about the natural history of Clear Lake – an old, shallow, productive green lake.
This event is free and open to the public.
It is being presented as the summer educational program at the Rodman Slough Preserve Nature Education Center. The center is located on the Rodman Slough Preserve, which totals over 240 acres.
The Lake County Land Trust owns and operates 132 acres of the preserve.
The Lake County Land Trust is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the county’s important land resources.