San Bruno Mountain is one of the largest public open spaces in urban America.

Our programs provide opportunities for people to explore and restore the mountain's unique ecosystems.


We connect local youth with the natural and cultural histories of San Bruno Mountain. Our education programs serve K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.

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We work to conserve land on and near San Bruno Mountain as public open space. We work with local landowners, donors, and government officials to ensure the protection of areas of natural and cultural significance.

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We protect and restore the habitats of San Bruno Mountain's rare and endangered species with the help of local communities.

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We educate the community through guided hikes and presentations about the remarkable life of the mountain and the importance of protecting endangered species and their habitats. 

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We grow the native plants of San Bruno Mountain with the help of volunteers at our Mission Blue Nursery to supply habitat restoration projects on the mountain and sustainable landscaping efforts in homes, schools, and cities.

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