Crown Memorial Beach Native Plant Walk

Interns discussing and studying flora at Crown Memorial Beach.

Alameda High Earth Team interns spent their last meeting walking Crown Memorial Beach and identifying native, non-native, and invasive plants. Interns learned that many plants identified were non-native and invasive plants that do no occur at Crown Memorial Beach naturally, and were introduced to this area. Interns enjoyed researching and closely studying the plants in order to accurately ID them. Interns will begin learning more in depth about habitat restoration, and soon will be helping restore Oyster Bay with the East Bay Regional Parks. They hope to make an impact in helping the SF Bay Watershed thrive.

Interns, Julie Vu and Joyce Do, identifying Coyote Brush a California native. 






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