The Recreation & Parks Department is holding a volunteer event to restore the Lakeview-Ashton Mini Park to its natural state.
The San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department’s Natural Resources Division and community stewards are holding a volunteer work party to manage invasive plant species at the Lakeview-Ashton Mini Park.
The mini park — also known as the Orizaba Rocky Outcrop — is one of the best examples of what the city was like before colonization as a remnant patch of coastal prairie featuring sandstone outcrops with slopes where Clarkia rubicunda grows. It also offers a beautiful view.
Friends of the OMI Mini Parks, San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department, OMI Cultural Participation Project, San Francisco Public Library and We Are OMI.
Space is limited. RSVP on the SFRPD website.
Lakeview-Ashton Mini Park Habitat Restoration
Date: Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: 488 Orizaba Ave.
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