Candlestick Point Eco-Stewards

San Francisco, California - Civil & Community

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The Candlestick Point Eco-Stewards Project is project with some well-known leadership. It emerged from Literacy for Environmental Justice’s Bay Youth for the Environment Program.

Building of The Candlestick Point Eco-Stewards took place with nearly 1,000 volunteers who grew and planted 10,000 plants in the new wetlands at Yosemite Slough Candlestick Point. Organizers hoped to expand their youth and volunteer programs at Candlestick Point .

In addition to Channel Lumber's participation, key program partners included California State Parks, California State Parks Foundation, the SF Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, the SF Department of the Environment, National Environmental Education Fund, National Audubon Society, and the Golden Gate Audubon Society.

Featured image credit: Daniel Ramirez, Flickr Creative Commons





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