Sharp Park walking tour

Form SPUR:

Sharp Park is a beloved public golf course in Pacifica that is facing unprecedented management challenges. Prone to flooding, the park is home to two endangered species and threatened by sea level rise and beach erosion. Lisa Wayne and Dawn Kamalanathan of the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department will discuss current environmental management strategies at Sharp Park and the city’s proposed project to restore the park’s natural lake, Laguna Salada.

Tour will last approximately one and a half hours.

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