Skyline High School

December 21, 2017



Oyster Bay is located along the eastern shore of San Francisco. Oyster Bay was originally a landfill filled with trash for 3 decades. Today Oyster Bay has been restored with 157 acres of land. My first impression of Oyster Bay was like me walking through another marina park. We were working on removing pampas grass and placing them in bags, we also picked 5% of the seeds from every buckeye tree and at least grabbed 50 buckeye seeds and placed the eye of...

December 5, 2017


Written by Skyline High Interns Elise, Ariella, and Amy. 

Sometimes it may be hard to decide whether a stream is healthy or not, you cannot judge solely on the way that it looks. A main factor of  determining stream healthiness is by taking a look at the insects within the water and seeing if there is biodiversity. If there is, then this means...

November 29, 2017
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Baetidae, or Small Minnow May Fly, collected in Sausal Creek Watershed

An expert on benthic macro-invertebrates, or bugs, has been helping Skyline Earth Team collect samples and inventory invertebrates throughout Sausal Creek Watershed. Interns have spent recent weeks testing water at different sites along Sausal Creek, and these tests have included...

October 9, 2017


As Skyline High EarthTeam interns continue preparation for their water quality project in Dimond Park, they get the opportunity to work with experts in the area.  At their after school meeting on Wednesday 9/27, the interns had the chance to hear a presentation from Jill Miller, Restoration and Education Manager at FOSC.  The enthusiastic interns learned about their watershed, Sausal Creek and its tributaries,...