Projects, Trails and Park Update

Oct

22

2012

The best thing in the valley is the Guadalupe River Park

In a 10/19/12 Business Journal feature, five local architects were asked to “pick their top architectural looks and explain why.” UC Berkeley Professor Louise Mozingo, who specializes in landscape architecture and environmental planning, selected Guadalupe River Park. According to her, “The best thing in the valley is the Guadalupe River Park. It is a terrific ...

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Sal Pizarro Plugs the Heritage Rose Garden

Special thanks to Sal Pizarro for mentioning the HRG...here is what he had to say:   COMING UP ROSES: The Guadalupe River Park Conservancy is again ...

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The best thing in the valley is the Guadalupe River Park

In a 10/19/12 Business Journal feature, five local architects were asked to “pick their top architectural looks and explain why.” UC Berkeley Professo...

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Upstream, and onward!

This is the place - the new Guadalupe River Park Conservancy Web site. We are developing the most exciting patch of open space since the park itself was conc...

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Classes

Summer Fruit Tree Pruning

Summer is an ideal time to train young trees and encourage optimal fruit production. Summer Fruit Tree Pruning, a sequel to Guadalupe River Park Co...

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Cool Season Vegetable Gardening

Vegetables in the winter? You bet! Here in Santa Clara County we can grow vegetables year round. Join us and Master Gardener Karen Schaffer to lear...

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Bike Ride to Alviso

Join Guadalupe River Park Conservancy’s Executive Director Leslee Hamilton and Ranger Daniel Sanchez, from National Park Service’s Juan Bau...

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Twilight Yoga in the Park

As summer’s warmer weather and longer evenings approach, we look forward to Twilight Yoga in the Park. Join Guadalupe River Park Conservancy ...

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