There are some 100 native plant species at Corona that have survived the effects of human habitation. These are only a part of the number thought to have once been there. Along with the natives there are some 15 very prolific non-natives that can overwhelm them if left unchecked.
Join in with the Friends of Corona Heights Habitat Restoration in the last Saturday of the month regular work party at one of San Francisco’s prime native habitat areas (one of more than 30 in the City’s park system). We’ll be weeding out these non-natives, perhaps engaging in other endeavors to keep improving Corona for wildlife habitat, and checking out the summer wildflowers. So, we need lots of you!
Meet at 10:00 AM on the north side of the Randall Museum (parking lot is the south side), which is at the end of Museum Way off Roosevelt Way.
Leader: James M Houillion -[masked]
Remember: dress in layers, wear hat, sunscreen, & sturdy shoes and bring water. Tools, gloves, & kneeling mats are provided.
Other: Kids ages 10 thru 12 are welcome but need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Sorry, no dogs
Cancellation Policy: Heavy rain cancels