Changing Shorelines and the Future of San Francisco

April 25, 2022, 6:00 pm -
7:00 pm

San Francisco’s shoreline has changed dramatically over the centuries and continues to change today.

Join a California State Parks Interpreter as we take a walk through the history of south San Francisco’s shoreline and explore how our shorelines have shifted due to both natural phenomenon and human activity. You’ll have the chance to trace the path of past shorelines, as well as get a glimpse into the future of our shorelines as we discuss how climate change and sea level rise will impact San Francisco, and what we can do to protect our shorelines for ourselves and future generations.

Venue / Location

Candlestick Point State Recreation Area
500 Hunters Point Expressway
San Francisco,

COVID Information for this event

This Bay Area Science Festival event is an outdoor event that is following the county guidelines of San Francisco County. Additional COVID requirements for this event include that masks are not required, but recommended.

Please also note: Social distancing will be followed when possible.

Event Hosts

Candlestick Point State Recreation Area is the first urban state park in California. With its roots deeply within the environmental justice movement of the 1970’s, Candlestick Point was created to bring high quality recreational opportunities to San Francisco and to bring State Parks values into an urban environment.

COVID Safety

The Bay Area Science Festival will manage all in-person events with the health, safety and well-being of our staff, volunteers, hosts, exhibitors, and guests in mind. In response to COVID-19, we will be implementing public health requirements for all event hosts and attendees in accordance with local and state guidelines in order to celebrate science safely throughout the Bay Area. 

The Bay Area Science Festival encourages you to get vaccinated, wear a mask and practice social distancing. Be sure to check back for updated and more detailed COVID safety information prior to attending.

Thank You for Supporting BASF

We strive to make all Bay Area Science Festival events free, when possible. To produce the Festival, we must annually raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. Every donation helps us make this important work possible.

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