San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a .6 mile walk along Capitancillos Drive in South San Jose where the Oak Canyon neighborhood created a demonstration garden of mostly California native, chaparral plants. Along this walk, you'll learn about the history of the garden, see a unique use of Coast Live Oak as street trees, identify native plants, and meet the caretakers of these drought tolerant plants. Ceanothus, Flannel Bush (Fremontodendron californicum) and other native shrubs should be in full-flower, and you will observe the attraction of this wildlife habitat to native bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
What's in a name? Jane's Walks are named after Jane Jacobs, who was an urbanist and activist whose writings championed a fresh, community-based approach to city building. [Learn more]
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Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful
Working Together for a Vibrant Coyote Creek
Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful works with community members, groups and agencies to reclaim, restore, and beautify Coyote Creek. We do this by taking care of the creek, helping people to learn more about it, and offering ways to enjoy the creek.