Category: EGRET

Walk around Aquatic Park; information on Cify of Berkeley projects

Walk around Aquatic Park with Mark Liolios (EGRET) and Toni Mester (CESP)

Saturday September 22 – 10 AM-12:30 PM

  • 10 AM: Meet at the Waterside Café, 84 Bolivar Drive outside seating only, introductions
  • 10:15: walk clockwise around the Park
  • 12:30: return to Touchdown Plaza

The walk is 2 miles on paved trail, suitable for wheelchairs, skateboards, and bikes with a few off-road spots that are not wheel friendly.

Appropriate dress in layers, sun hat. walking shoes and water bottle.

We will provide information relevant to 3 upcoming public processes:

  • Proposed landmarking of certain structures
  • Aquatic Park Improvement Program hydrology project
  • Zoning of adjacent parcels on Bolivar Drive

For more information call Toni at 510-848-8234

Make Mark Liolios of Aquatic Park EGRET your Conservation Hero (and help BPFP win $5000)

Vote for Mark and EGRET here. Deadline for voting is Sunday, October 10, 2010.

For more than a decade, EGRET under the leadership of Mark Liolios has worked to transform Aquatic Park into great habitat for herons, egrets, shorebirds, native plants — and people! On September 13, the Trust for Public Land, with Cox Enterprises, has named him one of five “Cox Conserves Heroes” for the Bay Area for 2010! See the Sept. 14 story on www.Berkeleyside.com!
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Mark and four other finalists receive $1,250 for the nonprofit of their choice — and Mark has chosen Berkeley Partners for Parks (EGRET’s sponsoring organization)! If Mark gets the most online votes, BPFP will get a total of $5,000!

Watch videos of the five winners and vote online for your favorite at
www.coxconservesheroes.com/san-francisco-bay-area-ca/2010-finalists.aspx. Deadline for voting is Sunday, October 10, 2010.

Mark Liolios weeding with volunteers at Aquatic Park

Click the video below to start it, click it again to view it without the right side being cropped.

Welcome

Aquatic Park EGRET is the stewardship group for the tidal wetlands of Berkeley’s largest city park. Volunteers from the community help us tend native coastal plantings to improve the shoreline of San Francisco Bay for wildlife habitat.

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