Infographic: Restored Canyons and Climate Resilience

Restoring Southern California’s urban canyons helps protect ecosystems, wildlife, and open space for urban residents. Restored, native canyons could also be crucial in making communities more resilient to the impacts and risks of climate change, according to the results of a research project led by California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Theresa Talley. This infographic summarizes some of the impacts of the project: Building Climate Resilience of Urban Waters, Ecosystems, and Communities