Coastside Naturalists is a 501(c)3 non-profit

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Help us find a property that we can use as an outdoor classroom to educate our youth about coastside ecology. These teenagers will learn how to identify and map invasive species such as Cape Ivy, and Himalayan blackberry. They will participate in the design, approval, and implementation of a plan to restore native plant communities, enhance wildlife habitats, and improve water quality along the coast.

Help us find a property that we can use as an outdoor classroom to educate our youth about coastside ecology. These teenagers will learn how to identify and map invasive species such as Cape Ivy, and Himalayan blackberry. They will participate in the design, approval, and implementation of a plan to restore native plant communities, enhance wildlife habitats, and improve water quality along the coast.

Coastside Naturalists has a mission to protect and enhance wildlife habitat, improve water quality, conserve wildness with a focus on endangered and threatened species, and promote environmental stewardship by developing a deep connection to the diversity of life unique to California through exploration, and restoration efforts in the San Francisco Bay Area.