All events run from 9am-12pm.
Help us protect a unique mountain’s native ecosystem in the midst of the peninsula’s urbanized landscaped. We will weed by the parking lot entrance, where a rich variety of native species has been planted such as wild cucumber, hummingbird sage, and California fuchsia. This park is home to rare plants and animals such as the endangered San Bruno elfin butterfly, San Francisco wallflower, mission blue butterfly, and San Bruno manzanita.
Meet at the main parking lot near the entrance off of Guadalupe Canyon Parkway. See map.
Join us in the last Stewardship Corps event before the summer. Help us beautify the entrance to the park by pulling invasive weeds near recently planted native species. This unique locale at Coyote Point allows visitors to engage in a range of recreational activities including biking, hiking, windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, picnicking, and enjoying the exhibits at the CuriOdyssey museum.
Meet at the parking lot near the Magic Mountain Picnic Area (take an immediate left after passing the park entrance).