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Friends of China Camp Reach Amended Agreement with State

December 04, 2013 by Alessandra Bergamin

Friends of China Camp reached an amended agreement in November with the state Department of Park and Recreation to fund China Camp State Park, Olompali State Historic Park and Tomales Bay State Park.

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Tomales Bay State Park

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Sheltered from ocean winds by the Inverness Ridge, the beaches of Tomales Bay State Park are great for bird-watching, picnicking, ...

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Geography of Hope Returns

January 01, 2011 by Aleta George

After a one-year hiatus, the organizers behind the popular Geography of Hope conference in Point Reyes Station are back with a new topic. Event organizers honored Wallace Stegner at the inaugural conference in 2008 and celebrated sustainable farming in 2009. This year's theme will be "Reflections on Water."

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Act Now to Save California State Parks

May 29, 2009 by Bay Nature Staff

Now's the time to help save our California state parks from imminent closure under Governor Schwarzenegger's budget plan!

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On The Move

April 01, 2006 by Doris Sloan

All of the familiar landforms we see here in the Bay Area—ridges, cliffs, lakes, and even San Francisco Bay itself—are products of the same titanic encounters between tectonic plates that produce our frequent quakes. Through a geologist's trained eye, we learn to interpret the signs these forces have left on the land around us.

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Getting Burned

July 01, 2005 by Geoffrey Coffey

Fire dwells deep in the human psyche. It is among the oldest of words, the most elemental of tools, and ...

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What, and where, are the oldest rocks in the Bay Area?

October 01, 2002 by Doris Sloan

A: The oldest rocks in the Bay Area are metamorphic rocks associated with the granitic rocks at Point Reyes, Bodega ...

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