- April 13th – Alma Heights Day of Service.
- April 21st – Earth Day Celebration – Stop by and see our booth at Linda Mar Beach parking lot.
- May 5th – Micro-climates and habitats of San Pedro Valley Park. Mike Vasey leads a talk and hike from Devils Slide to SPVCP, Starts with a talk at SPVCP, 10 AM – 4 PM.
April 13th – Alma Heights Day of Service
We are expecting 30-40 Alma Heights middle school students at Pedro Point Headlands on their day of Service, Friday, April 13. If you are interested in leading a group of active young teens please let Kathy know! We will be:
- Removing Echium and other invasive plants
- Weeding and planting in the demonstration garden
- Hiking out to the bluffs to see some whales (if we’re lucky!)
For more information contact Kathy at (650) 996-4002 or email@example.com
April 21st – Earth Day Celebration
Time: 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM, Website: http://pacificabeachcoalition.org/
The Pacifica Beach Coalition Presents Earth Day & EcoFest 2018
This annual day of action is dedicated to cleaning up litter both on Pacifica Beaches and in the surrounding areas. Join us as we gather to keep our beaches & creeks clean. This year’s sea animal hero: Starfish, “Sea Stars Sea Change”. Music by: Frankie & the Pool Boys & the Flying Slavias and much more. Schedule:
- 9 AM – 11 AM: Volunteer: Cleanups, Habitat Restoration and Gardening
- 11 AM – 2:30 PM: EcoFest: Refreshments, EcoBooths, Activities, Petting Zoon, Food & Entertainment – Stop by and visit the Pacifica Land Trust booth.
Shuttle: There will be a shuttle from Cabrillo School to Linda Mar Beach & EchoFest. Cabrillo School is located at 601 Crespi Dr, off of Highway 1.
The Pacifica Beach Coalition is dedicated to preserving the ocean, restoring the coastal habitat and ending litter through advocacy, education, community building and citizen action.
May 5th – Micro-climates and habitats of San Pedro Valley Park. Mike Vasey leads a hike from SPVCP to Montara and San Pedro Mountain Trails, Starts with talk at SPVCP, 10 AM – 4 PM Mike Vasey will give a brief talk in the Visitor’s Center at 10 AM about the microclimates and micro-habitats of San Pedro Valley Park followed by a hike up the Brooks Falls and Montara Mountain trails to the fire road and then down to some outstanding rocky outcrops above the saddle between Montara Mountain and San Pedro Mountain.
These rocky outcrops present an outstanding garden of native species like fairy lanterns, purple onion, and sedum – a host plant for the rare San Bruno Elfin butterfly. The hike is challenging but beautiful. Return the way we came or stage a car at the end of Springwood Way (which connects to Old San Pedro Road directly below the rocky outcrop) and descend from there”
The hike is not for the faint of heart. Total round trip is 7.5 miles with a pretty big elevation gain. Will take about 4.5 hours. Pack a lunch and drinks. Check this site for updated info: http://friendsofsanpedrovalleypark.org/event/plant-micro-habitats-in-san-pedro-park-and-vicinity/
San Pedro Valley Park Address: 600 Oddstad Boulevard, Pacifica, CA 94044.
For directions go to: https://parks.smcgov.org/locations/san-pedro-valley-park