Join ECOSF for a Summer Ecology Walk through the second largest natural area in San Francisco – McLaren Park. We’ll stop by Gray Fox creek, one of the few natural "springs" still flowing in SF as well as check out some native grassland that support dozens of spring wildflowers (we might still be able to spot a few), check out the area around McNab Lake, before reaching a nice blackberry briar – SF’s finest summer forage. As always, we’ll discuss some historical context of McLaren Park and its use and impact by humans and other animals past and present. We’ll also talk about how to make a “natural” first aid kit for common ailments and trail remedies. Space is limited so please RSVP by emailing us at info [at] eco-sf.org
. Hope to see you there!
COST = $25+$5 for "wild" food lunch