Saturday, April 13, 2019: 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Francis Beach-Half Moon Bay State Beach

Learn from California State Parks staff about the diverse ecosystems that support the beautiful natural resources of our coastal environment, and interact with volunteers who are vital to the preservation and restoration of these habitats for future generations. Hands-on fun for the whole family!

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Presented by these organizations:

California State Parks:

Half Moon Bay State Beach

Ano Nuevo State Park

Pigeon Point Lighthouse State Historic Park

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park

Natural Bridges State Beach

OHMVR Division – Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation

Non-profit organizations supporting the mission of California State Parks:

California State Parks Foundation 

California State Parks Foundation Park Champions

Coastside State Parks Association

Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

San Mateo County Office of Sustainability 

Sequoia Audubon 

Surfrider Foundation

Comunity groups aligned with the mission of Coastal Wildflower Day:

Coastside Land Trust

Lookmobile – an interactive mobile library designed to activate outdoor spaces and increase hands-on learning opportunities in San Mateo County communities. Created by San Mateo County Libraries in collaboration with San Francisco Exploratorium