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Ina Coolbrith Park is a small park named a poet, Oakland librarian, and niece of Mormon prophet Joseph Smith. Ina Coolbrith (1842-1928) introduced Jack London and Isadora Duncan to the world of books. The park's terraces are carved from a hill so steep that it's difficult to see if anyone else is there or not. Locals love this park because it feels like a secret no one else knows about—one of the city's magic hidden gardens, with a meditative setting and spectacular views of the bay peeking out from among the trees.
One Brick will join the SF Recreation & Parks Department to help with weeding, spreading wood chips and some light pruning.