Arana oak -- March, 2000 -- by Jean Brocklebank
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change
indeed it's the only thing that ever has." 111Margaret Mead
Thank you to all who worked so hard to defend the Arana Gulch Greenbelt and Open Space from the gentrification that ultimately overcame our good work.
Now that Arana Gulch has been forever diminished by the City's industrial scale bike road, Friends of Arana Gulch returns to its original long term goal: To advocate for the protection, preservation, and restoration of all habitat areas as promised in the City's Arana Gulch Master Plan, and the Arana Gulch Habitat Management Plan.
Click HERE to join us on our new Friends of Arana Gulch web site, as we move into a new era of advocacy and protection of the Critical Habitat that still remains!
Friends of the Arana Gulch is an
unincorporated association of concerned citizens working for the
preservation and restoration of the rare and native flora and fauna of this coastal terrace prairie habitat.
OUR LONG-TERM GOAL:
To advocate for the protection, preservation, and restoration of the coastal terrace prairie habitat as promised in the City's Arana Gulch Master Plan, and the Arana Gulch Habitat Management Plan.
To learn more about Friends of Arana Gulch, and to help us in our work, go to our Contact page at http://friendsofaranagulch.weebly.com/contact-us.html