Contact Stacey Dixon

Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve contains 467-acres of grassland and woodland ecosystem that is famous for its unique wildflowers on large outcrops of serpentine soil. We partner with the Friends of Edgewood and the California Native Plant Society to keep this preserve abundant with native plant diversity and exceptional wildlife habitat.

A swallowtail butterfly lands on a yerba santa plant

A swallowtail butterfly lands on a yerba santa plant

An intricate columbine flower blooms in the preserve

An intricate columbine flower blooms in the preserve

Serpentine tolerant plants show off their springtime colors

Serpentine tolerant plants show off their springtime colors