native plants

Redwoods Planted Where They Shouldn't Be

Megan Bradley
2017

This article, written by a student leader in the Strawberry Creek restoration program, discusses how redwood trees are not native to the East Bay area.

Richmond Bay Campus Coastal Terrace Prairie Management Plan

Mark R. Stromberg
2014

This document outlines a comprehensive resource management plan for the Coastal Terrace Prairie at the Richmond Field Station.

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Richmond Field Station Biological Assessment Report

2003

This report outlines proposed remediation areas within the Western Stege Marsh, in the context of cleaning up legacy contamination.

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Richmond Field Station Habitat Restoration Progress Report 2003-2007

Sharon Farrell
2007

This report summarizes habitat restoration and invasive non-native plant control activities in the Western Stege Marsh and adjacent coastal prairie.

Richmond Field Station Habitat Restoration Progress Report 2003-2007 Appendices

2007

These are appendices to the 2007 report that summarizes habitat restoration and invasive non-native plant control activities in the Western Stege Marsh and adjacent coastal prairie.

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Photo - Students Work in Native Plant Nursery circa 2008

2000

Students plant seeds and cuttings of native plants in the Native Plant Nursery, located on the west side of Giannini Hall.

Photo - Strawberry Creek Step Pool - 2016

2016

A photo of the lower step pool in the Strawberry Creek Ecological Stabilization Project.

Native Plants Recommended for Use at the University of California, Berkeley Along Strawberry Creek

David Kaplow
John Cloud
1988

The purpose of this report is to provide specific recommendations for California native plant species to be planted on the central campus in or adjacent to both forks of Strawberry Creek.  The use of natives can be used for a number of objectives, including the following: