Don't miss Spring on the south slopes! Join the SSF Weed Warriors for their restoration work on the Mountain's south slope – and get some exercise! The non-native invasives are a constant battle so we need all the weed warriors we can get! Only heavy rain would cancel - so come prepared. Friday and Saturday 9am to noon.
Weed as you hike on Buckeye Canyon! Join us on the green hills abounding with wildflowers and butterflies.
"Late Bloomers - on the Mountain, in the Garden" - Ariel Cherbowsky, our Programs Director, will give a talk about the ecology of late blooming native plants and their role in your garden. Late bloomers will help you have stunning color year round - even in our long dry Summers!
Enjoy beautiful views of the mountain and participate in habitat restoration on Earth Day!
Celebrate Earth Day & Spring with David Schooley, the founder of SBMW, at the SF Public Library! David’s evocative photography, poems & artwork will highlight the event.
Publications & refreshments will be available.
Plant a native garden with the Guadalupe Valley Stewards!
Join Liam O'Brien on a butterfly walk on Sign Hill. Liam is San Francisco's well-known lepidopterist, artist, illustrator, and Bay Nature's award-winning environmental educator. Sign Hill is a beautiful open space with the only area currently protected from development in South San Francisco's Sign Hill Park. Significant rain or wind will cancel.
Join the Dune Defenders for a guided hike on the mountain's ancient dunes! Afterwards, help remove invasive plants to protect the unique dune flora.
Join the Dune Defenders for a guided hike through the Daly CIty Dunes on the west end of San Bruno Mountain, followed by weed removal activities to benefit the endangered San Francisco Lessingia plant!
Enjoy a guided hike and help remove invasive plants with the Dune Defenders!
Learn about San Bruno Mountain's place in the history of the Bay Area, as well as other fascinating regional stories!
Last butterfly planting day of the season, on the ridge of the mountain!
It's that time again - don't miss our February native plant sale. What a great time to be planting! Tour our demonstration garden for inspiration with one of our expert native garden volunteers who will have lots of advice to help you out.
EVENT FULL- Fill the hills with wildflowers to provide nectar for the Mission Blue and Callippe Silverspot butterflies!
Fill the hills with wildflowers, help us bring back the bloom for the butterflies!
Plant host and nectar plants to provide shelter and nourishment for the endangered Mission Blue and Callippe Silverspot butterflies! Rain or Shine, join us!
Join us on the ridge of San Bruno Mountain for a joint hike and restoration planting event with amazing views of the Bay Area! RSVP required, sign up to secure a spot!
Join us SUNDAY for a planting event to provide shelter and nourishment for endangered Mission Blue butterflies.
San Mateo County Parks has launched a new Stewardship Corps program and is seeking volunteers. An upcoming workday on December 10th will be at San Bruno Mountain, but other locations are scheduled too in 2016 - so check it out!
Now is planting time for California natives. The rain is coming to help your new plants become well established before the Summer. And don't miss Ildiko's talk at 10:30am on edible native plants and how to grow them and use them. We will have incredible edible plants for sale so you can take some home with you!
Plant host and nectar plants to provide shelter and nourishment for the endangered Mission Blue and Callippe Silverspot butterflies!
Help prepare the site for the creation of a native plant garden!
Help protect endangered butterfly habitat at Buckeye Canyon by removing invasive plants!
Help the Guadalupe Valley Stewards spread mulch in preparation for a native garden that will soon be planted!
Join us for a guided hike through Buckeye Canyon, followed by our first planting day of the season! Help plant native vegetation that will feed and shelter the endangered Mission Blue and Callippe Silverspot butterflies.
Visit the open studio of Margo Bors, long-time Mountain Watch supporter and advocate, October 22 & 23, 11am to 6pm.
8th Annual Active San Mateo County Conference celebrating local, state and national parks. Free!
Ariel Cherbowsky, SBMW's Stewardship Coordinator, will be taking audience members on a photographic and poetic journey through the cultural and natural history of Colma Creek, the most significant stream on San Bruno Mt
Protect butterfly habitat on the mountain's south side and check out the effects of a recent summertime fire!
Join us again on October 18th at this great urban wetland - a breeding ground for the Pacific Chorus Frog and home to a quaint array of California native plants.