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Flower Photo: Stan Ng @stan_the_rocker

Greetings from Francisco Park Conservancy!

Francisco Park is 2! For the second anniversary of the Conservancy’s gifting the park to the City of San Francisco, nature is marking the celebration with a Super Bloom, a colorful and joyous carpeting of flowers. Susan Karasoff (a member of Russian Hill Neighbors and a local member of the Yerba Buena Chapter of the California Native Plant Society) emphasized the variety of plants at Francisco Park and the diverse ecosystems they support, including birds, insects, animals, and even humans. The park and our community garden are filled with wild strawberries and other delicious edible plants. However, we kindly ask that visitors refrain from picking and eating them, leaving them instead as a sweet treat for our wildlife friends.

We look forward to seeing you at the park to admire the spring blooms. Here is a list of what you might find at Francisco Park.

Flowers We’re also hosting a Community Yoga Event on Sunday, April 28th, from 10am-11am at Francisco Park. Please join us for a session of stretching and relaxation. Don’t forget to bring your own yoga mat and a water bottle. Everyone of all ages is welcome.

There will be a Spring Stewards Coffeeklatch at 11am near the picnic tables by the Community Garden. Stewards are members of our community who love and wish to keep Francisco Park beautiful and safe. To become a steward today, please consider donating here. We would love for you to join us.

We want to remind everyone that Francisco Park requires dogs to be on a leash, except in the fenced Pepi’s Dog Park (down by Bay Street), to ensure the safety of your pets, park plants, and fellow park goers.

Happy 2nd Birthday, Francisco Park!

See you at the Park,
Francisco Park Conservancy