Our mission is to restore, maintain, and protect the Sausal Creek Watershed. We educate future generations, involve the community in local environmental stewardship, and collaborate with agencies and other nonprofits to have a positive impact on the local ecosystem.




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For all details about the plant sale including timing, location, directions, the plant pick-up process, the 2020 plant list and FOSC's new guide to Gardening with Native Plants:


To browse our native plant sale website, which will open for orders on October 11 at 5:00 p.m:

Our annual native plant sale will bring you the same high quality native plants you’ve come to expect through a social-distancing, online shopping experience. This year, you will place your native plant orders from the comfort of your home.


Online shopping will take place from October 11 at 5:00 p.m. to October 16 at noon. 


Once you've placed your order and received your pickup appointment, your plants will await you with contact-free curbside pickup on October 17 or 18 in the parking lot (#2) below the Joaquin Miller Park Ranger Station.

We ask that you continue to be a friend of Sausal Creek by donating, if you are able. Your support will help ensure that this critical work continues.

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We are outraged and grief-stricken by the latest racist murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery and the anti-blackness that continues to exist in the outdoors and within naturalist communities.

We emphatically affirm that Black Lives Matter. We must do better. 

Walking Waterhoods: Sausal Creek Part Two

End of October tour

Stay tuned for details!

Join Friends of Sausal Creek, Greenbelt Alliance and Wholly H2O as we delve deep into the human and natural history of the Sausal Creek Watershed. We will explore the trails, people and tributaries of the Sausal Creek Watershed with local experts. In our...Read more about the event here.

Explore the Trails and Tributaries

of the Sausal Creek Watershed

Learn about Sausal Creek's endangered wild rainbow trout, their challenges and how FOSC is creating a path to their conservation into the future. 

Friends of Sausal Creek

P.O. Box 2737

Oakland, CA 94602




phone: (510) 501-3672

Tax ID: 91-2147216

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