Category Archives: Linda Mar Restoration Blog

27 Volunteers Came to Restore Native Habitat

Our Habitat Restoration’s Site Captain Michael led 27 volunteers last month to remove invasive weeds in Linda Mar. What a great turn out! Here is Michael’s report from the field: “We had 27 volunteers for Habitat Restoration at Linda Mar Beach this weekend. A dozen people from SF Federal Credit Union, five students from Woodside High, and a few others. […]

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228,329 lbs of Weeds Removed. Now, it is Wood Chips Time!

Micheal and his Habitat Restoration’s team have been working hard for years to get to this this stage. Months after months, volunteers have been removing over 228,329 lbs of green waste since 2007, needless to say that this has been a work of love and hard labor. And last September, for Coastal Cleanup Day, Michael and the Harker School were […]

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Weasel Enjoying Linda Mar Habitat Restoration Efforts

Posting a few photos taken by Nobuko Inouye. Nobuko, walks the Linda Mar to Rockaway beach path almost every day, and takes photos, which she posts to her blog (in Japanese). She takes some great photos: whales, birds, fishermen, bunnies, gophers, THAT DRAT animal eating my newly planted native plants, WEASEL!!!, etc., anything interesting going on locally, and in her […]

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Apple – Bulingame Rocks Linda Mar

2,000 pounds of Dried Weeds Removed Beach Cleanup Results – 12 pounds of Trash, 9 pounds of Recycling, 5 pounds of Rigid Plastic, 326 Cigarette Butts – (boo hoo), 6 pair of shoes, several ropes, 3 surf leashes, beach toys, a volleyball, boxer shorts and too many pieces of plastic to count… Habitat Restoration Results – Approx 2,000 pounds of […]

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