July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Just minutes away from the bustle of the city this park features a shoreside paved trail, great for walking, jogging, …
July 01, 2011 by Juliet Grable
Save the Bay turns 50 years old this year, and their native plant nurseries prove the organization is as vital as ever, with volunteers putting in thousands of hours growing native plant seedlings for the group’s restoration projects.
August 06, 2010 by Ingrid Hawkinson
You can often find Bay Area native Anthony DeCicco teaching kids in Oakland about the wonders of wetlands at Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline. Other times, look for him walking his dogs at Point Isabel Regional Shoreline.
July 01, 2010 by Kathleen M. Wong
With millions of people and millions of acres of open space, the Bay Area is a lively, and sometimes uneasy, blend of wild and urban. In the East Bay, dozens of rare species — from birds along the Bay to wildflowers in the hills — survive against the odds thanks in part to the East Bay Regional Park District, whose staff does everything from creating nesting islands to clearing trees for the sake of imperiled plants and animals.