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Nestled in the foothills of Redwood City, this 42-acre city park has an outcropping of serpentine soil which creates unusual conditions favoring native wildflowers, including some which are quite rare. Our emphasis at this site is to bring together local high school students to explore the outdoors, improve habitat in the park, and build knowledge of natural community resources. We also provide restoration opportunities for the broader public.

 
Volunteers from SAP help remove invasive ivy

Volunteers from SAP help remove
invasive ivy

 
Spring blooms at Stulsaft Park

Spring blooms at Stulsaft Park