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Coyote Point Museum

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Coyote Point Museum is a learning center that inspires each of us to make a lifelong commitment to act responsibly in caring for the earth. We provide engaging, educational experiences for our diverse, multi-generational Bay Area community through wildlife, gardens, exhibitions, and programs that relate to the global environment.

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Community Resources for Science

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Community Resources for Science (CRS) helps elementary teachers use science resources to give all kids access to great hands-on learning experiences. At the same time, we work to build the science education opportunities in our community.

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Environmental Building Boom

April 01, 2006 by Aleta George

The North Bay is having a bit of an environmental building boom. PRBO Conservation Science, the noted research organization based

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Close To Home Outings

April 01, 2003 by Sara Marcellino

Beginning in April, Bay Area residents can take part in a yearlong series of monthly outings and lectures to learn

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Book Review: Cal Alive! Exploring Biodiversity

October 01, 2002 by Margarita Kloss

California Institute for Biodiversity, 2002
Professional Edition (3 CD-ROMs, classroom guide, poster), $250
Lite Edition (1 CD-ROM, no classroom guide),

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Bioneers Conference

October 01, 2002 by Sara Marcellino

Thousands of activists, artists, citizens, scientists, and writers will come together this fall at the 13th annual Bioneers Conference, held

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Yosemite National Institutes

October 01, 2002 by Sara Marcellino

One way to foster the development of future environmental heroes is to expose young people to the wonders of the

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Mike Vasey Field Course

July 01, 2002 by Sara Marcellino

Here’s another great opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the nature of our bioregion: join San Francisco State professor and

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Watershed Workshops

July 01, 2002 by Sara Marcellino

Small fragments of San Francisco’s original plant communities still survive today, the last vestiges of the unique grasslands, dunes, oak

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