May 2015 Plant Sale
9am until 2pm
Mission Blue Nursery
Archive of Past San Bruno Mountain Watch Events
May 2015 Plant Sale
Mountain Watch is excited to be participating in Silicon Valley Gives - now through May 5th. This fundraising campaign benefits nonprofits serving the greater Silicon Valley area.
Help us reach our $5,000 goal to support our work on the Mountain. Double your donation by making your tax-deductible gift through our SVGives portal! A generous donor will match your gifts up to $2,000.
Your investment made today and through May 5th will ensure that the Mountain is protected. Thank you for your support of the Mountain and Mountain Watch.
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Sunday April 26th is the last day of our Spring Hike Series! Join Del Schembari, long time activist and SBMW Board Member to see these rare inland dunes. Del has worked tirelessly for the preservation of this unique, ancient and rare habitat on San Bruno Mountain. The effort to save the dunes from development has covered many years and Del has been there for the duration. This inland dune system dates back more than 180,000 years. Some areas are relatively intact and support rare dune plant species like the federally listed San Francisco Lessingia. Also present are San Francisco Spineflower, Dune Suncup and Blue Beach Lupine. And there is more - an Ohlone Indian shellmound can also be found high up the dunes.
Please sign up in advance at the online hike signup page or contact the office by email or phone. There will be three, short, 1-hour walks at 10:00am, 11:00am and 1:00pm so please let us know which time you would like to come.
Be prepared to walk in sand on sometimes steep slopes. Dress for varied weather. Meet at Hillside Park in Daly City (street parking in area of Bonnie Street and Lausanne Avenue in Daly City). Bring a lunch and you can join the San Bruno Mountain Watch Board Members at 12:00pm in Hillside Park. We'll have sodas and water for sale.
For more information, email email@example.com or call the SBMW office at 415-467-6631.
On Saturday April 25th we will be joining in on Brisbane's Habitat Restoration Day in celebration of Earth Day. Our meeting time and place will be the same for carpooling to the work site in Brisbane. Lunch and T-shirts will be provided by The City of Brisbane! RAIN or SHINE
Please wear warm, layered clothing, sturdy shoes or hiking boots, and bring 1 liter of water. Gloves and tools will be provided.
Meet at the San Bruno Mountain Watch office at 9:15am in time for the 9:30am carpool departure to our work site.
For the most current information, email Iris.
Join the City of Brisbane’s annual Habitat Restoration Day, a joint effort of the Open Space and Ecology Committee and the Parks and Recreation Commission, in partnership with San Bruno Mountain Watch. Celebrate Earth Day by helping keep Brisbane's native habitat pristine. (download event flyer)
Improving local habitat benefits everyone and everything - even the wily coyote. Help remove invasive and non-native plants that compete with important local native flora. Parking is limited, carpooling is encouraged.
Saturday April 25th
from 9am to 1pm
at San Mateo Lane
and Kings Road
Free lunch and t-shirt!
bring water, sunscreen, gloves and tools if you have them, wear sturdy shoes
RSVP or questions, contact Natalie: