Join the California Native Plant Society’s walking tour of Glen Park/Bernal Glen on Sunday, April 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. and explore the hidden treasure trove of urban open spaces filled with California native plants and see the ever evolving super bloom.
We will travel along the Glen Park Greenway and tour the native grass meadow. Skirting along Arlington Street to San Jose Avenue we will see both the impact of transportation on the landscape and the local efforts to build a corridor of biodiversity. Habitat stops along the Natick Triangle sanctuary, the Arlington Path and its hidden seeps, the bridges of Richland and Highland avenues, three murals with San Francisco history and the pedestrian paths. Support citizen stewardship and the native nurturing that is transforming the most unexpected corners of the city while testing your plant identification and local history knowledge.