Help the Guadalupe Valley Stewards maintain a newly created native garden and improve habitat for Pacific chorus frogs!
Tucked behind warehouses and parking lots in Guadalupe Valley's Crocker Industrial Park is a small ditch-creek and wetland that has been lovingly restored by volunteers. The valley was once a mix of grassland and wetland, drained by multiple tributaries that fed into a salt marsh mingling with the San Francisco Bay.
The urban wetland, enveloped by native plants, is a lively breeding ground for Pacific chorus frogs, whose whole life cycle, from egg to tadpole to frog, can be observed.
Over the past year we've been creating a native plant garden along the Crocker Park Recreational Trail. Join us in tending this budding garden.
Directions and a map can be found here. Please RSVP using the volunteer sign-up form below.