The "From Shore to Sea" lecture series is sponsored by Channel Islands National Park. The purpose of the series is to further the understanding of current research on the Channel Islands and surrounding waters. Past lecture topics have included the recovery of the sea otter populations in southern California water, the French and Italian heritage of Santa Cruz Island, survival strategies of open water fishes, new approaches to understanding kelp forest ecosystem health, and park efforts to restore the Prisoners Harbor wetland.
The lectures occur at 7:00 p.m. at the Channel Islands National Park Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitor Center, 1901 Spinnaker Drive in the Ventura Harbor. The programs are free and open to the public.
Past lectures may be viewed or downloaded by visiting From Shore to Sea Lecture Videos.
Channel Islands National Park: The Past, Present, and Future
Mating Fish of the Channel Islands
Dr. Milton Love
Peopling of the Americas
(at Museum of Ventura County; entrance fee required)
Anacapa and the American Sublime
Terrestrial Recreation of the Channel Islands
Kayaking the Channel Islands
Montrose Settlements Restoration Program: Helping to Restore the Channel Islands
Searching for the Earliest Peoples of Santarosae
Breeding Birds of the Channel Islands
The Channel Islands Pygmy Mammoth
The Future of Channel Islands National Park
Russell J. Galipeau
Finding the Lone Woman's People: The Nicolenos in Los Angeles