Clarkia trail in Spring

About Friends of Edgewood

Friends of Edgewood was founded in 1993, following the designation of Edgewood County Park as a Natural Preserve. Edgewood’s important native Californian landscape was protected through the tireless commitment of conservation-minded citizens. Friends of Edgewood continues that legacy by engaging in land and wildlife stewardship, nature education, and interpretive programs that support Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve.

Our mission is to protect Edgewood’s extraordinary biodiversity and foster lasting connections with Edgewood and the larger natural world.

Our vision is that Edgewood be a resilient place of extraordinary biodiversity that is appreciated and protected forever.

Friends of Edgewood volunteers participate in more than 30 programs. Collectively, they gave over 12,000 hours of support to Edgewood in 2021.

Here are a few of our programs:

Learn more about how to volunteer at Edgewood.

Our work is funded by the generosity of our members and partners. Financial support helps fund critical habitat restoration efforts, the running of the Bill and Jean Lane Education Center, and interpretive programs including Junior Explorers and our popular Spring Wildflower Hikes.

You can become a Friends of Edgewood member by making an annual donation in any amount. Members are the first to learn about special activities and Edgewood updates. Members are also invited to our well-loved General Meeting event each October. 

Become a Friend of Edgewood today!

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Our Partners

San Mateo County Parks

Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve is managed by San Mateo County Parks. You can find more information, including park regulations and hours of operation, here.

San Mateo County Parks Foundation

The San Mateo County Parks Foundation raises funds to support projects, programs, and volunteers to benefit county parks and visitors. The Foundation was responsible for the funding of the Bill and Jean Lane Education Center and played a lead role in the building and exhibit design and construction.

California Native Plant Society (CNPS)

The Santa Clara Valley Chapter of CNPS supplies guidance, coordination and, most importantly, willing hands to support the habitat restoration efforts at Edgewood.

Creekside Science

Creekside Science plays an important role in the restoration of native ecosystems at Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve, including the Bay checkerspot butterflySan Mateo thornmint and white-rayed pentachaeta restoration projects, and the Green Grass initiative that are all part of Project 467.

In-Kind Donations

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2022 Board of Directors

Officers

Peter Ingram, President
Barrie Moore, Vice President
(TBD) Secretary
Angela Mallett, Treasurer

Directors

Laurie Alexander
Sandra Bernhard
Nancy Enzminger
Peter Ingram
Kathy Korbholz
Linda Leong
Angela Mallett
Perry McCarty
Barrie Moore

If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, contact president@friendsofedgewood.org.

Friends of Edgewood is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 public benefit corporation funded by member donations, other donations, and sales proceeds. We are an all-volunteer organization. Our federal EIN (Employer Identification Number) is 94-3188191.

View our most recent annual report here.

Friends of Edgewood
3 Old Stage Coach Road
Redwood City CA 94062-3801

Info@FriendsofEdgewood.org
1-866-GO-EDGEWOOD (1-866-463-3439)