The Friends of Edgewood is celebrating our 25th anniversary! Founded in 1993, Friends of Edgewood volunteers have been supporting the park we love through habitat restoration, preservation of native species, and educational programs that introduce park visitors to the unique ecosystems at Edgewood.
Hundreds of members and volunteers have made significant contributions to Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve over the last 25 years. To honor and thank those members, we are hosting a special 25th Anniversary Celebration event and annual meeting on October 14, 2018.
Current members are invited to join us for lunch and engaging conversation at Casa de Flores in San Carlos.
Special guest speaker, Mary Ellen Hannibal, author of Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in the Age of Extinction, will speak about the role of the citizen scientist in fighting invasive species and preserving native species in the Bay Area. One of our own citizen science heroes, Dr. Stuart B. Weiss, Chief Scientist of Creekside Science for Earth Observation, will talk about Project 467, our ambitious new habitat management project and provide a look forward to how the Friends of Edgewood will continue to support the park for the next 25 years and beyond.
Space is limited at this event and therefore we can only offer tickets to current Friends of Edgewood members. Purchase your tickets or sponsor a table for 8 at the event at Eventbrite.
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The Friends of Edgewood is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 public benefit corporation funded 100% by membership dues and donations. Learn more