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California Dragon Boat Association
California Park and Recreation Society
California Trout
Civilian Marksmanship Program
Committee to Save Lake Merced
Daly City Department of Water and Wastewater Resources
Dolphin Clubb
Golden Gate Audubon Society
Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association
Greater West Portal Neighborhood Association
Janet Pomeroy Center
Lake Merced Hill Recreation and Management Association
Lake Shore Acres Improvement Club Lakewood Tenants Association
Nature in the City
Olympic Club
Olympic Club Rifle Team
Pacific Rod & Gun Club
Pacific Rowing Club
Park Merced
San Francisco Beautiful
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
San Francisco Rifle Association
San Francisco State University
San Francisco Tyee Club
South End Rowing Club

California Native Plant Society - Yerba Buena Chapter
California Waterfowl Association
City College of San Francisco
Friends of Lake Merced
Merced Manor Property Owners Association
National Park Service, GGNRA
Neighborhood Parks Council
Office of District 7 Supervisor
Office of District 8 State Senator
State of California 12th Assembly District
Office of the Mayor
Pacific Junior Rifles
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
San Francisco Police Dept., Youth Fishing Program
Sierra Club, San Francisco Group
The California State Coastal Conservancy
USF - Athletic Department
West of Twin Peaks Central Council

Lake Merced Task Force
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Lake Merced Task Force

Lake Merced is a jewel in the southwest corner of San Francisco, an important water, recreational, and natural resource for the surrounding communities. In centuries past the Ohlone Tribe lived on its shores.

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Lake Merced, however a popular place to visit, began to deteriorate - aging recreational facilities, degraded habitat, and lowered lake level caused public alarm.

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In more recent years the Lake has served for folks to come together for picnics, crewing regattas, trout derbies, 5K runs, mornings of bird watching and many other events. Students from nearby schools and colleges have completed course requirements with studies of the wildlife habitat, water quality, and history of the lake. And everyday, large numbers of areas residents walk, run, bike, and rollerblade around its edge.

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The Lake Merced Task Force was founded to address the deterioration and the Lake's sustainability as one of San Francisco's most valuable natural and recreational areas.

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The Mission Statement for the forthcoming years of the Lake Merced Task Force is:

In order to insure the continued stewardship of Lake Merced the LMTF's mission is to work with community groups and local and state governments to implement programs, policies, and practices that will restore, enhance, and maintain the natural, educational, and recreational resources of Lake Merced.

Freinds of the Lake Merced Website ends after nearly 10 years of service

to view the old site for archival purposes click Here.

New Lake Merced Fish Community Study
now available for download
at Fish Study page.

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