Clear blue skies and sunshine are in store for this weekend and there is no better time to be on the Pedro Point Headlands! The vistas have been incredible lately with blue seas, white waves, and who knows, maybe even Mavericks like waves below us to watch. This month we will go right up to the top of the Middle Ridge to for our monthly work project with incredible views both to Pacifica and also to Devils Slide!
Please join us if you can for our monthly Habitat Restoration work day at the Pedro Point Headlands.
DATE: Sunday, January 20th TIME: 8.45AM-11.45am
MEETING PLACE: Please meet at the Pedro Point firehouse on Danmann Avenue in Pacifica. We will load up our tools and carpool to the Headlands together.
Some of the tasks we will work on will be:
- Prepare Middle Ridge slopes for planting in February
- Clear trail of brush from recent winds
- Monitor water bars
We'll also check out the plants, birds and any mammals we are lucky to find. And, most importantly, we will have a wonderful time with amazing people. Long pants and long sleeve shirts are recommended. We will bring drinks, please bring a reusable water bottle.
Ticks and Poison Oak unfortunately are native. We exercise caution and can teach you about both if you are unfamiliar with them. For questions contact Lynn
This work day is a project of the Pacifica Land Trust, funded by the CA Coastal Conservancy, and supported by Pedro Point Community Association.