Work in Progress: Abalone Cove Restoration

Work in Progress: Abalone Cove Restoration

You may notice interesting activity at Abalone Cove Reserve. The Conservancy is engaged in a three-year habitat restoration project that involves planting 13 acres of coastal sage scrub habitat which will support an array of species, including the federally-endangered...
Classrooms are Welcomed Back Outdoors

Classrooms are Welcomed Back Outdoors

The school bus doors swing open and eager 3rd graders flood out, forming a line that snakes up the entrance trail and into the White Point Nature Preserve. The air buzzes with excited conversation, “Look at the flowers, was that a butterfly?” “Yikes, watch the cactus,...
New Activities Make George F Canyon the Family Place

New Activities Make George F Canyon the Family Place

Summer has come to an end, but autumn family fun is just getting started. George F Canyon Nature Center and Preserve is the place to be for parents or grandparents of preschoolers and elementary school children, with new programs for kids and their families to enjoy....
Conservancy Volunteers Prepare for Spring

Conservancy Volunteers Prepare for Spring

Many consider springtime the most enjoyable season to enjoy the Peninsula’s open spaces. Cool ocean breezes and warm sunshine paired with colorful hillsides and scenic coastal vistas make for pleasant hikes and family outings. Spring is when the Peninsula’s birds are...