Our coast is a rugged harmony of endless combinations. Stiff sea winds can polish the skies to a blue brilliance unlike any other. Along the shore, pelicans, gulls and sandpipers vie for the ocean's harvest. Inland valleys support steelhead streams. Silken fingers of fog reach down and enshroud the land below. Dramatic coastal ridges thrust upward where hawks and falcons circle.
South from San Francisco along the coast, travelers are routinely stunned by breathtaking views and dramatic sunsets that sweep the coast from Highway One. From the northern ocean bluffs, south to Pedro Point, Pacifica encompasses not only 40,000 people but several unique micro-climates and ecosystems with rare and threatened plant and animal species including the Montara Mountain manzanita, the San Francisco garter snake, and the Mission Blue butterfly.
The Pacifica Land Trust would like to invite the public to Escape to the Headlands (the Pedro Point Headlands that is!) on Sunday, November 26th from 10am to 2.00pm.Learn More
News: The Pacifica Land Trust has been awarded a grant from the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Fund for restoration of Pedro Point Headlands.
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News: Pacifica Land Trust Awarded Environmental Hero Award. July 2016.