Lynn Adams reports: Due to a forecasted weather system coming in this weekend, we are changing our Charlie Brown tree event. We are sad to have to make these contingency plans but feel it is our best option so that you can plan accordingly with your family, given the dire forecast.
Planting: moved to Friday, November 28 at noon. Meet at Old Pedro Point Firehouse on Danmann Avenue in Pedro Point and we will carpool up together. The plants will love the rain! Wreath Making: canceled because we can't find an indoor space.
Hiking: Wear rain gear and boots. Botanist, biologist, and naturalist Mike Vasey leads a rainy-day hike through the Headlands, Sunday, November 30 at 11 a.m. Sign in at Castle Kitchen & Bath. Anyone wishing to hunt for a Charlie Brown Tree can still do so. Rides up to the Headlands start at 11 a.m.
If you want to cut your own Charlie Brown Tree, bring a saw or borrow one of ours. There are still trees close by, but the right tree might require a hike to the far reaches of the Headlands, even to the North Ridge! Along the way, you will be rewarded with the most amazing views, fresh air, and hopefully some wonderful family memories.
Donations to Pacifica Land Trust are truly appreciated and will help preserve, protect, and restore these magnificent headlands for us and future generations. To learn more about our ongoing stewardship and restoration efforts, go to pedropointheadlands.org or call 650-355-1668. All Pedro Point Headlands restoration events are organized by Pacifica Land Trust, funded by California Coastal Conservancy, and supported by Pedro Point Community Association.