When: Wed., Jan. 8, 7 p.m. 2014
Join us in cozy Heron Hall for a mid-week movie night, complete with hot tea, cookies, and popcorn! This beautiful and compelling film (2010, 62 minutes) by Ann and Steve Dunsky is about the 50+ year effort to protect San Bruno Mountain and its rare butterflies. The mountain is San Francisco's lost landscape, a mostly intact remnant of the ecosystem that once covered the city's hills. It is the site of the nation's first Habitat Conservation Plan, a controversial compromise that trades development for additional habitat preservation and management.