Grant to the California State Parks Foundation for the installation of native plants and development of trails and visitor facilities along the northside of Yosemite Slough within the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area. The project includes planting 150 native trees, 17,000 shrubs, eight acres of native grasses, and one-acre of recreational lawn. The native shrubs were planted to establish coastal scrub habitat, as well as enhance entryways and plaza gardens and were incorporated into biorentation areas established to treat stormwater throughout the project site.
California State Parks Foundation
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):