Category Archives: Meetings & Social Events

Past Event: Escape to the Headlands

The Charlie Brown Tree event has become: Escape to the Headlands – Pedro Point Headlands   Thanksgiving Sunday, November 29th Please Mark your Calendars! Plan your Thanksgiving Weekend Escape!           The Pacifica Land Trust would like to invite the public to Escape to the Headlands, the Pedro Point Headlands that is, on Sunday, November 29th from 10am to 2.00pm. Kick off

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PAST EVENT: Special Habitat Restoration – Rockaway

Next Habitat Restoration: Sunday, November 8th 10AM to Noon Sign up here! About the Restoration: Site Captain: Freidel Time: Sunday from 10am-12noon. Where to Meet: parking lot at the base of Rockaway Switchbacks Contact Info: sunflower27@msvmedia.com Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own favorite planting tools, a shovel or hoe, and reusable garden/work gloves. Extra gloves and specific tools will

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Past Event: Bee-Friendly Habitat Gardening

Jaime will present the benefits of native bee habitat gardening. Learn about the biology and ecology of native bees and their important role in most ecosystems. Jaime will describe the most common bees found in urban areas and how homeowners can attract there valuable pollinators to their own gardens. Wednesday, September 2nd Sharp Park Library Community Room 6:00PM  Light Refreshments

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MLK Beach Planting Results

This year’s 18th Annual beach planting  and cleanup at Linda Mar State beach on Saturday, January 17th was truly a COMMUNITY effort! Members of the Pacifica Beach Coalition and volunteers did double duty, picking up trash on the beach, then planting natives in the dunes. Three organizations donated lots of beautiful plants: Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy (GGNPC), The Watershed Nursery &

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Past Event: Bee Movie

“Vanishing of the Bees”  Friday Night Documentary Film Night highlighting threatened bees with special guest Loret Farris of the Beekeepers Guild of San Mateo County. Held in partnership with Pacifica Libraries, Sharp Park Library on Hilton Way, Pacifica – 7:00pm The movie examines the issue of Colony Collapse Disorder, which has caused startling numbers of honeybees to disappear in recent years.

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