San Bruno Mountain Latest Press


Wednesday
Apr032013

Volunteers help grow native plants at Mission Blue Nursery in Brisbane

Mission Blue Native Plant Nursery, operated by San Bruno Mountain Watch, was visited on Wednesday by John Green and MercuryNews.com staff. They were there to check out our volunteer workday at the nursery. Come down and join us on our regular Wednesday workdays! 

Volunteers help grow native plants at Mission Blue Nursery in Brisbane
San Jose Mercury News, April 3, 2013

More information about the nursery can be found at our Mission Blue Nursery pages.

Thursday
Feb072013

Watching out for Frogs and Native Plants in Brisbane

Jim McKissock from Earthcare Now and his volunteers have been working on preserving and restoring the wetlands found along the Crocker Trail in the Crocker Industrial Park in Brisbane.  More information can be found about the Crocker Trail Wetlands Project at our Crocker Trail webpage, including information about the weekly workday on Tuesdays at 10:30.

Watching out for Frogs and Native Plants in Brisbane - San Jose Mercury News, February 6, 2013

Thursday
Jan242013

Geological Outings Around the Bay: San Bruno Mountain

A great article from Andrew Alden from QUEST Northern California, January 24, 2012:

Geological Outings Around the Bay: San Bruno Mountain

Also visit our webpages about The Mountain, covering geology, topography and plants/wildlife.

Wednesday
Nov282012

Battle Brewing Over Daly City Dunes

This November 26, 2012 article by Joshua Melvin at www.insidebayarea.com discusses the proposed development on these rare dunes and the community's concerns after the the disastrous November 13 mudslide caused by a broken waterline.

"Daly City:  Battle brewing over plans to develop historic dunes", by Joshua Melvin.

For more comprehensive information about the dunes, please see our Daly City Dunes pages.

Thursday
Sep202012

Sign Hill grasslands inspire conservation campaign

Follow the link to this wonderful September 20, 2012 Bay Nature article by Heather Mack about the efforts to save the undeveloped acres on Sign Hill in South San Francisco.  Then check out our Sign Hill pages to learn more about Sign Hill.