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Edgewood Docent Training for Annual Spring Wildflower Walks

edgewood-wildflower-walksFriends of Edgewood Natural Preserve (FoE) offers docent training starting every January for their spring Wildflower Walks.  Edgewood’s soils provide displays of grassland wildflowers like those once seen all over California’s landscape.  Docents lead free, 3-hour walks on spring weekend mornings, to educate the public about the many interesting facts and beauties of Edgewood.

FoE’s wildflower docent training provides eight pairs of bi-weekly meetings: Wednesday evening talks (in Redwood City) followed by Saturday morning hikes that demonstrate, or build on, the Wednesday topic.  Trainees also observe at least two Wildflower Walks and go on a one-on-one walk with an experienced docent, to practice elements of leading hikes or to learn more about Edgewood. There is a small fee for training materials.

To register or for more information, please email the Docent Training Coordinator at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit FriendsOfEdgewood.org/become-a-docent.

For other ways you can support Edgewood, visit the FoE's "get involved" page, at FriendsOfEdgewood.org/get-involved.

 

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