Commemorate your visit by purchasing an Edgewood tee shirt, or buy a wildflower brochure to take along with you on your hike. All proceeds from the sale of these items are channeled back into the FRIENDS OF EDGEWOOD to support our mission. Note that sales tax is included in the price.
There are two ways to purchase these items at the Education Center:
- The old-fashioned way, using cash or check.
- Using either paypal or a credit card. Click on the Add to Cart button next to each item. A shopping cart will appear in the top right hand corner of the page. Since you want to take your purchases with you, select the Pickup now at Education Center check box. You will see your shipping charges replaced by this message: Pickup now at Education Center selected. No shipping will be charged.
If you wish to purchase items online remotely, note that purchases will be shipped to you within 10 days. Shipping charges will be shown in the shopping cart. Unfortunately, we cannot support online purchase with future pickup at the Education Center.
In addition to shopping for the items shown below, you may also sponsor the heritage quilt displayed in the Education Center. See quilt for details.
Items available for purchase
Our full-color tri-fold brochure contains pictures and descriptive information about 20 of the most common native wildflowers of Edgewood. It is an absolute must-have for walkers during the springtime.
Adult Edgewood Rust T-Shirt
design is perfect for all friends of Edgewood. These shirts are available in both adult and youth sizes, in rust and blue.
Youth Edgewood Rust T-Shirt
Adult Edgewood Blue T-Shirt
Youth Edgewood Blue T-Shirt
featuring "Edward The First," the first Bay checkerspot butterfly photographed at Edgewood since they were reintroduced in 2007
Bay NatureSerpentine Splendor: The Native Colors of Edgewood Park
is the On the Trail article in the April - June 2004 issue of Bay Nature magazine. Supplies are limited.
Flowering Plants of Edgewood Natural Preserve
The authoritative botanical field guide to the park. Written by botanist Toni Corelli, this 368-page reference includes keys, descriptions and drawings of 481 vascular plants found at Edgewood. Monocot Press; 2nd edition (2004) Paperback.
Thermal Grocery Bag
Handy thermal grocery bag that sports the Friends of Edgewood logo. The insulation helps keep cold food cold and hot food hot. While it’s great for trips to the grocery store, it’s perfect for transporting a picnic lunch to Edgewood’s picnic area. Dimensions are 13 in. x 15 in. x 9 in. deep. A plastic insert keeps the base of the bag stable; a zipper can be used to close the top
Frisky Finds a Home
An engaging story about a little gray squirrel born in a treetop nest in a woodland habitat. This story is a fun way to explore interrelationships between plants and animals, and the need for all living things to have an appropriate habitat. By Friend of Edgewood Carol Hankermeyer. Xlibris Corporation (2012) Paperback: 24 pages.
San Mateo County Parks: A Remarkable Story of Extraordinary Places and the People Who Built Them
This short book by Shirley Svanevik Michael and Burgett offers an overview of San Mateo County’s parks and some of the colorful history of the growth and development of the Parks Department. San Mateo County Parks and Recreation Foundation (2001) Paperback: 108 pages.
Beautiful Wild: California Wildflowers
Photographer Tatsiana Niaronava is proud to have made each one of her photographs in the flower's natural environment, including Edgewood Park. The photographs bring us close-up to discover the flowers' incredible complexity, diversity and unique characters. (2016) Paperback: 92 pages.