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    Friends of Edgewood/Spring Wildflower Hike – Clarkia Trailhead

    Edgewood Park 10 Old Stagecoach Road, Redwood City, CA

    Edgewood is known for profuse spring wildflowers and rich biodiversity. Join a Friends of Edgewood docent for a free spring wildflower hike where you will explore Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve’s serpentine grasslands and oak woodlands. You might see dozens of species of flowers in a single day! Their hikes vary according to what’s in bloom. They offer longer hikes geared toward adults and older children and shorter kid-friendly hikes. You must register in advance at friendsofedgewood.eventbrite.com. Space is limited. Hike details and meeting location will be emailed to registered hikers before the event.

    Friends of Edgewood/Spring Wildflower Hike – Edgewood Trailhead

    Edgewood Park 10 Old Stagecoach Road, Redwood City, CA

    Edgewood is known for profuse spring wildflowers and rich biodiversity. Join a Friends of Edgewood docent for a free spring wildflower hike where you will explore Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve’s serpentine grasslands and oak woodlands. You might see dozens of species of flowers in a single day! Their hikes vary according to what’s in bloom. They offer longer hikes geared toward adults and older children and shorter kid-friendly hikes. You must register in advance at friendsofedgewood.eventbrite.com. Space is limited. Hike details and meeting location will be emailed to registered hikers before the event.

    SMC Parks/Memorial Park habitat restoration

    Memorial Park 9500 Pescadero Creek Road, Loma Mar, CA

    Dwarfed by majestic redwoods, visitors to Memorial Park are often humbled by the massive feeling of standing next to these old-growth giants. The park has many campgrounds and trails, allowing for an even more immersive experience to the park. Join SMC Parks on Saturday, April 30th as they remove invasive plant species in order to restore this beautiful park. Please register in advance.