July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
This small bay on the edge of the San Joaquin River was once an upland farm, now it’s a popular …
July 01, 2007 by John Hart
Sure, it can be frustrating to see that land purchased for a park is still closed to the public. But buying open space is only the first step in creating a new park. After that come the land-use plans and the search for funds to pay for facilities and staff. Here we take a look at what it will take for the East Bay Regional Park District to transform the 15,000 acres in its land bank into parks.