Help the Guadalupe Valley Stewards maintain a native wildlife-habitat garden and improve a riparian area for Pacific chorus frogs!
Tucked behind warehouses and parking lots in Guadalupe Valley's Crocker Industrial Park is a small waterway (an old railroad ditch, over time transformed into a vegetated and novel aquatic habitat) 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 urbanized waterway, 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 years we've been creating a native plant and wildlife-habitat garden along the Crocker Park Recreational Trail. Join us in tending to this landscape.
Use 100 Cypress Lane, Brisbane, CA 94005 to navigate to the meeting location. Parking is available at the 100 Cypress Lane building parking lot. (From Valley Drive, turn right onto Cypress Lane. Then, drive to the end of the cul-de-sac and make a right into the parking lot; the garden is near the building)
Please RSVP using the volunteer sign-up form below.