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Mt. Davidson Park – An Open Space Preserved for Recreation or Native Plants?
Native plant interests threaten trees throughout the city, and in particular, in one of San Francisco’s significant century-old forests: Mt Davidson. A favorite area for the residents of Miraloma Park, the Significant Natural Areas Management Plan calls for felling over … Continue reading
Posted in Blocks Access, Fells Trees, Wastes Money Tagged 3. Natural Areas Program (Links), Miraloma Park, Mt Davidson 5 Comments
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