|Is eight tenths of a parachute good enough? What if you're missing the tenths that attach you to the parachute? And is it possible to drink water if your lips are ten or twenty feet away from it?
The company who gave Owens Valley a sinking opportunity in 2001 to discover the ecological answers to these questions now presents "Monitoring Vegetation Change in the Owens Valley." This Wednesday, March 9, 2005 at 7 p.m., Dr. Terry McLendon of Montgomery Watson Harza will discuss "issues involved in developing an effective vegetation monitoring program" at the First United Methodist Church, 205 North Fowler Street, Bishop. Bring open minds, but don't count on groundwater refreshment.