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Description

This project includes the East Bay Canyons. This project overlaps with East Bay Creeks, but is focused on the cleaning the land. The canyons above Berkeley, include:

  • Strawberry Canyon

  • Dwight/Derby Canyon

  • Claremont Canyon

Above Oakland, this includes

  • Upper Broadway, Merriewood and Temescal Lake

  • Thornhill Dr /  Montclair / Upper Temescal Creek

  • Shepherd Canyon

  • Joaquin Miller

  • Leona Heights

The Strawberry Canyon and Derby work is led by John Stenzel. We are grateful for support from UC Berkeley Facility Services for trash pickup.

Results

Over 31 cleanups, we've removed 299 bags of trash.

This work is led by John Stenzel.

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Berkeley-Oakland

Strawberry Canyon

Strawberry Canyon along Centennial Road to Grizzly Peak, including Tightwad Hill, and the Lawrence Hall of Science parking areas.

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Oakland

Upper Broadway, Merriewood and Temescal Lake

This canyon is the headwaters of Temescal Creek, this Spot includes the North Oakland Regional Sports Center (aka Caldecott Field)
the Temescal Lake recreation area
Broadway from the Highway 24 on-ramp until it dead-ends where the highway tunnel starts.

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Berkeley-Oakland

Dwight/Derby Canyon

Canyon at the top of Dwight Way.

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Oakland

Palo Seco Canyon: Joaquin Miller & Park Blvd

This project includes the roads adjacent the Palo Seco Canyon from the hills down, at the top this includes Joaquin Miller Rd and the adjacent parkland areas.

Where the canyon crosses Mountain Blvd, is the Palos Colorados Trailhead and slightly downstream, the Bridgeview Trail at Monterey Blvd.

Below Hwy 24, is the length of Park Blvd, down to the area around Leimert Bridge, and then further on, the El Centro Trailhead.

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Berkeley-Oakland

Claremont (Harwood) Canyon

The stretch of Claremont Ave from Ashby up to Grizzly Peak, running ‘behind’ the Claremont Hotel.

Harwood Creek which runs through this canyon is part of the Temescal Creek drainage.