We’ve been working on the Lucy Evans Baylands Interpretive Center renovation project since 2015 and it’s finally complete! After navigating through Community meetings, Palo Alto design review, multiple preservation agencies and bay jurisdictions, and yet another bird nesting season, we’re proud to announce the Center is open again to receive it’s annual 130 classes and 80,000 visitors. The project included completely refinishing the dilapidated exterior woodwork including re-siding, renovating the exterior decks and railings, adding bird nesting locations for the local swallows, and renovating the interior to include a much-needed ADA restroom upgrade. In appropriate fashion, the center reopened to the public over earth day weekend. Stay tuned, more photos to come.