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Hike-a-Palooza Attendance

Hike #1 - San Bruno Mountain, Wed Feb 27, 2019

  1. Andrea Pappajohn - Sustainability Manager, City of Burlingame
  2. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  3. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  4. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County

Hike #2 - Junipero Serra Park, Wed Mar 13, 2019

  1. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  2. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  3. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  4. Karen Fine - volunteer, CityTrees
  5. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County

Hike #3 - Coyote Point Recreation Area, Wed Mar 27, 2019

  1. Andrea Pappajohn - Sustainability Manager, City of Burlingame
  2. Carol Steinfeld - volunteer, Cool Cities San Mateo
  3. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  4. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  5. Diane Bailey - Executive Director, Menlo Spark
  6. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  7. Jennifer Lee - Environmental Regulatory Compliance Coordinator, City of Burlingame
  8. Karen Fine - volunteer, CityTrees
  9. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  10. Marty Jordan - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  11. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County

Hike # 4 - Crystal Springs Regional Trail, Wed Apr 10, 2019

  1. Alan Mattlage - Liaison to California Congressional District 14, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  2. Becky Schaaf - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  3. Bob Miller - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  4. Carol Steinfeld - volunteer, Cool Cities San Mateo
  5. Chris Hunter - City Coordinator, Community Climate Solutions
  6. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  7. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  8. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  9. Jennifer Lee - Environmental Regulatory Compliance Coordinator, City of Burlingame
  10. Karen Fine - volunteer, CityTrees
  11. Kathleen Goforth - volunteer, Friends of Edgewood Park
  12. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  13. Leslie Parent - volunteer, UC Master Gardeners San Mateo County
  14. Marty Jordan - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  15. Michele Beasley - Executive Director, San Mateo Parks Foundation
  16. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  17. Petra Silton - Policy & Advocacy Coordinator, Thrive Alliance

Hike # 5 - Edgewood County Park and Preserve, Wed Apr 24, 2019

  1. Barbara Erny - board member, Acterra
  2. Bob Steele - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  3. Chris Hunter - City Coordinator, Community Climate Solutions
  4. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  5. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  6. Devon Jackson - Restoration Specialist, Grassroots Ecology
  7. Diane Bailey - Executive Director, Menlo Spark
  8. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  9. Helen Wolter - Legislative Advocate, Committee for Green Foothills
  10. Jeremy Merckling - Urban Watersheds Manager, Grassroots Ecology
  11. Jessica Chen - Recycling Coordinator, Republic Services
  12. Karen Fine - volunteer, CityTrees
  13. Kathleen Goforth - volunteer, Friends of Edgewood Park
  14. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  15. Leslie Parent - volunteer, UC Master Gardeners San Mateo County
  16. Marina Rose - volunteer, Acterra & CityTrees
  17. Melisa Cambron Perez - Project Lead, Grassroots Ecology
  18. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  19. Rachel Clemons - Restoration Specialist, Grassroots Ecology
  20. Valerie Lee - Project Lead, Grassroots Ecology

Hike # 6 - Huddart Park, Wed May 8, 2019

  1. Alan Mattlage - Liaison to California Congressional District 14, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  2. Bob Steele - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  3. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  4. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  5. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  6. Isaac Knipfing - Utility & Sustainability Specialist, SMC Community College District
  7. Kym Teppo - Director of Programs, Friends of Huddart & Wunderlich Parks
  8. Marina Rose - volunteer, Acterra & CityTrees
  9. Marty Jordan - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  10. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County

Hike # 7 - Wunderlich Park, Wed May 22, 2019

  1. Alan Mattlage - Liaison to California Congressional District 14, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  2. Bob Steele - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  3. Bob Miller - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  4. Carol Steinfeld - volunteer, Cool Cities San Mateo
  5. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  6. David Elliston - volunteer, Fossil Free Midpeninsula
  7. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  8. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  9. Elena Silverstein - volunteer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  10. Georgi LaBerge - Board Member, Sustainable San Mateo County
  11. friend of Georgi LaBerge
  12. Helen Wolter - Legislative Advocate, Committee for Green Foothills
  13. Kym Teppo - Director of Programs, Friends of Huddart & Wunderlich Parks
  14. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  15. Leslie Parent - volunteer, UC Master Gardeners San Mateo County
  16. Marina Rose - volunteer, Acterra & CityTrees
  17. Marty Jordan - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  18. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  19. Tobi James - Project Manager, Elfenworks Productions
  20. Tom Kabat - Member, Menlo Park Environmental Quality Commission

Hike # 8 - San Pedro Valley Park, Wed Jun 5, 2019

  1. Bob Steele - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  2. Carol Steinfeld - volunteer, Cool Cities San Mateo
  3. David Juarez - energy expert, SMC Community College District
  4. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  5. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  6. Isaac Knipfing - Utility & Sustainability Specialist, SMC Community College District
  7. Kathleen Goforth - volunteer, Friends of Edgewood Park
  8. Madeline Willett - water expert, SMC Community College District
  9. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee

Hike # 9 - Quarry County Park, Wed Jun 19, 2019

  1. Carol Steinfeld - volunteer, Cool Cities San Mateo
  2. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  3. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  4. Helen Wolter - Legislative Advocate, Committee for Green Foothills
  5. Kathleen Goforth - volunteer, Friends of Edgewood Park
  6. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  7. Leslie Parent - volunteer, UC Master Gardeners San Mateo County
  8. Michele Beasley - Executive Director, San Mateo Parks Foundation
  9. Nicola Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County

Hike # 10 - Flood County Park, Thu Jun 27, 2019

  1. Carol Cross - leader, Fossil Free Mid-Peninsula
  2. Dave Clark - volunteer, Sustainable San Mateo County
  3. Deborah Hernas - volunteer, Citizens' Climate Lobby San Mateo
  4. Doug Silverstein - Board Treasurer, Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame
  5. Kathleen Goforth - volunteer, Friends of Edgewood Park
  6. Larry Staley - committee member, Foster City Citizens Sustainability Advisory Committee
  7. Ralph King - leader, 350 Silicon Valley

Totals -

  • 41 unique hikers
    • sectors - 4 business, 5 government, 32 nonprofit
  • 24 organizations represented
    • sectors - 4 business, 2 government, 18 nonprofits
  • 112 attendances
  • 20 maximum attendance
  • 11.2 average attendance
  • 550+ miles hiked
  • 200+ beers consumed

THANK YOU HIKERS!!!