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We Need Your Letters of Support by March 15th!

  • February 6, 2014

The City of San Francisco offers a Community Challenge Grant Program and we're currently working on our grant application. We plan to use the funds for the removal of concrete on the Open Space. The northern loop of Coral Road is unused and causes rainwater…

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Wearing it proud!

  • March 29, 2012

Thanks to Bill Gollihur a professional photographer, father, husband and big supporter of SKOS for this great picture!   This was taken during our stewardship work day in March 2012.  If  you want to see more of Bill's work you can email him at: bill@billgollihur.com

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Call for Land Stewards! Work Party Sat July 16th

  • July 6, 2011

Be a steward of Starr King Open Space on July 16th!  Every 3rd Saturday of the month, neighbors and friends of SKOS meet on Coral Drive and get down and dirty while sprucing up our Open Space. This month, our reward for weeding and tidying up…

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Don’t Miss the last Wildflower Walk of 2011!

  • May 13, 2011

Did you know that some 150 different plants grow in Starr King Open Space - and more than twenty of the 150 plants are the gorgeous wildflowers that make California's wild lands such a special springtime treat? The Land Stewardship Committee of the Board of…

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Spring Wildflower Walks are here!

  • March 27, 2011

Starr King Open Space Spring Wildflower Walks - JOIN US! Some 150 different plants grow in Starr King Open Space. - and more than twenty of the 150 plants are the gorgeous wildflowers that make California's wildlands such a special springtime treat. The Land Stewardship…

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Starr King Openspace Completes Wildflower Walks for 2010

  • June 12, 2010

Starr King Openspace Completes Wildflower Walks for 2010 Some 150 different plants grow in Starr King Openspace, about 30 of which were used as foodstuffs by Native Americans and early settlers. The Land Stewardship Committee of the Board of Directors has just completed a series…

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