BCDC leading conference on dredging on Friday 

While ripping up the bottom of the ocean floor with a heavy-duty excavator may not be an activity applicable to most people, the act of dredging plays a vital role in development in the Bay Area, and on Friday, the region’s lead shoreline regulator will gives tips on how to move forward with the laborious process.

“Dredging 201,” a symposium managed by the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, a state body, will convene on Friday at the agency’s headquarters at 50 California Street. The seminar, which will focus on the permitting process for dredging projects, is scheduled to last from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is free and open to the public.

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