There’s a forgotten and overgrown garden in San Francisco, built in the 1850s with rock walls and meandering paths that overlook the Bay waterfront. Help remedy many years of inattention to Black Point Historic Gardens in Fort Mason, and learn the garden’s history. Join the Parks Conservancy in stewarding this special place! Volunteers will help to remove invasive species that have overwhelmed the site and revegetate the garden with a mix of native species and horticultural species that were planted by the residents over 100 years ago. Activities primarily include weeding, pruning, and planting.
Register to show up on Thursdays 2pm–5pm by checking out the volunteer page here.