The Hillside Festival in pictures

We don’t have totals, but the Hillside Festival seems to have been a great success. The hikes and talks were well attended and importantly, many people who had never been to the Hillside Natural Area now know what we already did, that it is a treasure to be protected and cherished. Here are some pictures from the day. If you have pictures you would like to share, why not drop us a line?

California Native Plant Society Walk with Janet Gawthrop [TJ Gehling]

California Native Plant Society Walk with Janet Gawthrop [TJ Gehling]

Popup bike park [TJ Gehling]

Popup bike park [TJ Gehling]

Tom Panas history talk [Dave Weinstein]

Tom Panas history talk [Dave Weinstein]

Susan Schwartz leads the easy nature walk [Dave Weinstein]

Susan Schwartz leads the easy nature walk [Dave Weinstein]

Rich Bartke talks about the growth of El Cerrito parks [TJ Gehling]

Rich Bartke talks about the growth of El Cerrito parks [TJ Gehling]

Historian and author Richard Schwartz discusses the early east bay [TJ Gehling]

Historian and author Richard Schwartz discusses the early east bay [TJ Gehling]

Jim McKissock with a group from Madera School

Jim McKissock with a group from Madera School [Dave Weinstein]

A red-tailed hawk watches the pre-festival bird walk.

A red-tailed hawk watches the pre-festival bird walk. [TJ Gehling]

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