• As Long As I Don't See a Mountain Lion There…

    So this is good news for our own county park, the 467-acre Edgewood Park.

    A new educational center is set to open up in the fall. More info via this article in the Merc, but here’s the highlights:

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    After more than a best prices on viagra decade’s worth of fundraising and countless volunteer hours spent on planning and design, the county will break ground today on the 1,200-square-foot Bill and Jean Lane Education Center, which should be completed by next fall.

    The $2.3 million center will give 100,000 annual visitors to Edgewood new insight into the park. Though it only stretches 1 square mile, tucked into a pocket of forest and grassland on the fringes of an urban area, the park boasts more than 500 different plant species and 70 resident and migratory bird species.

    A hike along one of Edgewood’s many trails uncovers many different ecosystems, from oak and redwood trees to rivers and serpentine grasslands, each with its own flora and fauna.

    The executive director of the San Mateo County Parks Foundation said the educational center will include interactive displays, games and even computers to give people a new perspective on everything they see.

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