Linda Mar Habitat Restoration, Pacifica – 4th Sunday
Habitat Restoration Schedule – 10am to Noon
|January 29th||February 26th||March 26th|
|April 22nd – Earth Day||May 28th||June 26th|
|July 23rd||August 27th||September 16th – Coastal Cleanup Day|
|October 22nd||November 26th||December 24th|
Be prepared for up to 1 mile of walking uphill on uneven ground, and maybe bring bag to carry hand tools and drinking water. Because we are never sure of the weather, make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water and snacks.
Please note that the cleanups happening for Earth Day and Coastal Cleanup Day happen off schedule.
About the Habitat Restoration in Linda Mar State Beach in Pacifica:
Site Captain: Michael Ayala, Freidel Cohen and Jeremy
Where to Meet: The closest parking is at the Community Center at the corner of Hwy 1 and Crespi Drive. Walk across Hwy 1 at the light and walk north (turn right) onto the coastal trail. Our team will be waiting for you just off the path by the big Willow stand.
*If attending the beach cleanup first, you can park in the main Linda Mar lot and walk a little further along the coastal trail to find us – site captains in the main Linda Mar lot will have parking passes for you.
Supplies: Volunteers need to bring their own favorite planting tools, a shovel or hoe, and reusable garden/work gloves.
Focus Area: Volunteers usually remove non-native and invasive plants between the dunes and bike path as well as the hillside below the highway.
Learn about our local habitat heroes such as the Coastal Buckwheat and the Acron Blue butterfly.
More questions? Read our Native Habitat Restoration FAQs.
Would You Like to Join Us? To make sure we bring the right amount of supplies, to be more efficient and conserve paper, please complete our online form. It will only take you a few seconds. Sign up here!