Hattori and the White Abalone

Please read this fascinating article from the Monterey Herald, A name nearly lost to time–Monterey resident discovered a new species, but he wasn’t credited. In 1939, Roy Hattori was diving for abalone off the coast of Point Conception when he first discovered a white abalone. As the first to report a new species, the expectation …

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Ed Ricketts Memorial Award

Please join us for 2023 Ed Ricketts Memorial Award and Lecture on Wednesday, November 8 from 5:00-8:00pm at the Sanctuary Exploration Center 35 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA.  The 2023 Ed Ricketts Memorial Award will be presented to Tim Thomas and Linda Yamane, Monterey area cultural historians who have made significant contributions to the field of historical ecology. …

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History of Diving Museum

Please join us on  Wednesday, September 20th at 7:00pm for a free virtual presentation, History of Diving Museum: The Monterey Abalone Divers by Tim Thomas, author and fisheries historian. Tim Thomas, fourth-generation native of the Monterey area who has researched the fisheries of Monterey Bay for close to thirty years. He has written and lectured …

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JACL to host a Bonsai Demonstration

The Japanese American Citizens League of the Monterey Peninsula is pleased to announce a Bonsai demonstration by Mr. Katsumi Kinoshita, a well-respected California Master Bonsai instructor. Bonsai is the Japanese art of tree miniaturization. The demonstration will take place at the JACL Hall at 424 Adams Street in Monterey at 1:00 PM on Saturday August 5, …

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