Join us on the ridge of San Bruno Mountain for a joint hike and restoration planting event with amazing views of the Bay Area!
Participants will help plant native host and nectar plants to provide nourishment and improve grassland habitat for the endangered Mission Blue and Callippe Silverspot butterflies.
At 10am the breathtaking 30-minute educational hike to the ridge of the mountain will begin, led by San Bruno Mountain Watch's Stewardship Coordinator, Ariel Cherbowsky.
Following the hike, volunteers will be able to plant on the ridge and enjoy the spectacular scenery! Folks will be back at their cars by 2pm.
Meet at 9:45am at the parking lot of Firth Memorial Park in Brisbane (corner of Sierra Point Rd and Glen Park Way, across the street from Firth Canyon). There is plenty of parking, and carpooling is encouraged.
Remember to bring sturdy shoes, layered clothing, and a reusable bottle of water. There'll be a delicious picnic for all at the top. This event will happen rain or shine!
This is a free event with a $20 suggested donation -- 30% of donations will go to San Bruno Mountain Watch.
If you need a ride to the event, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.