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Field Notes from Sand Hill Farm

Sand Hill Fram

With the huge clean-up at Sand Hill Farm mostly complete, we've started planting our cover crop! See more photos and updates about our Sand Hill Farm...

New Member Walk

new member walk

October 16th the Elkhorn Slough Foundation is hosting a special walk for new members.

We invite all new members to come with us to see one of the Foundation's conserved properties.  Highlights of our walk will include views of the Elkhorn Slough, and Director of Land Stewardhip Kim Hayes sharing firsthand examples of the conservation and restoration work your membership helps support.

Sign up today!

Open House was The Best!

A visit to the Elkhorn Slough is always fun, but our recent Open House and Native Plant Faire was the best!

Thanks to everyone who came out and all our staff and volunteers who make everything happen here.

Head over to our Facebook page to see more photos from the day.

Oyster Research

TNC article

Elkhorn Slough Reserve staff members Kerstin Wasson and Susie Fork, together with Smithsonian Environmental Research Center scientist Chela Zabin, spent two years conducting large replicated restoration experiments on the Elkhorn Slough Reserve. See the latest research...

 

Elkhorn Slough harbors the largest tract of tidal sart marsh in California outside of San Francisco Bay.
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