UPDATE: This hike will be led by SBMW Board Member Paul Bouscal; David Schooley is injured and unable to hike.
David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will leading a hike as part of LaborFest 2018 on Sunday, July 29th. Space is limited on David's hikes so please sign up at the bottom of this page
Labor unionists and environmentalists both confront the same commercial interests. In 1968, David Schooley chained himself to a bulldozer at the foot of the San Bruno Mountain. The activism of David and many other community members was crucial in protecting much of the mountain, allowing for the creation of a public park where working people can find tremendous beauty and peace nearby the cities where they live and work. You’re invited to walk with David on the mountain and learn about the history of this remarkable refuge for endangered butterflies and rare native plants.
David has devoted most of his life to preserving the mountain and sharing it with others through his tireless work leading hikes, speaking, and organizing. His deep knowledge of the mountain and his love of nature will touch those who hike with him.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the SBMW office at 415-467-6631. Meet at the San Bruno Mountain Watch office (44 Visitacion Ave, Brisbane CA 94005) at 10:00am, up the stairs in Suite 206. Hikes last until approximately 1:30pm. Bring water and a snack or lunch. Dress for varied weather. You will get exercise on this hike! Trails can be narrow and steep.