(CANCELED) For Members: Wildflower Walk at Fort Funston


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Sat, May 9, 2020 10:00am-11:55am
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Bluffs provide great views at Fort Funston

The health and safety of our members, park visitors, program participants, volunteers, interns, and staff is our top priority. Due to the "shelter in place" orders announced for the six Bay Area counties through at least May 3, 2020, we will be canceling the rest of our member events for the spring season. Please continue to check our website for updates. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our membership line at 415-561-3060, or email us at membership@parksconservancy.org.

Wildflowers! To know them is to love them. It’s springtime, and all throughout California the wildflowers are beginning to bloom, including in your very own Golden Gate National Parks. We invite you to come and enjoy the huge variety of both local and introduced flowers on display and prepare to be wowed by the range of colors, shapes, and scents!

The Park Stewardship team will lead a walk along the cliffs of Fort Funston to highlight the folklore, medicinal properties, and ecological and restoration uses of your favorite flowers. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a new appreciation for spring wildflowers in San Francisco are guaranteed! Keep in mind that because we will be walking in the sand dunes, it will not be flat.

What to wear:

  • Wear comfortable, long pants, and sturdy shoes or boots.
  • Dress in layers for various weather conditions.
  • Bring a hat and wear sunscreen.

What to bring:

  • A water bottle
  • A notebook and pen if you’d like to take notes

Note: If it rains, the walk will be cancelled.

For a Google Map to the meeting location, click here >>

Registration opens April 9.

San Francisco, CA 94132 ,

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Sat, 05/09/2020 10:00AM-Sun, 05/10/2020 11:55AM

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