Helen J. Doyle

Helen J. Doyle is a California Naturalist and educator dedicated to the environment, public education, and equity and justice. A biologist by training, she shares her love of nature as a docent and writer. She volunteers with several Bay Area organizations, such as Año Nuevo State Park, the Gardens of Golden Gate Park, and the Amah Mutsun Land Trust, and serves on the advisory council of Nature in the City, a San Francisco nonprofit that connects people to nature. (Helen on LinkedIn)
The wake of a ferry, photographed from the boat, with SF skyline in the distance

Get on a Ferry

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Ferries are cheap and environmentally friendly. Here are five destinations to help you see the Bay in a new way and get some good brisk salt air.

The wake of a ferry, photographed from the boat, with SF skyline in the distance

Explore the Bay by Ferry

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Ferries are a cheap, environmentally friendly way to breathe in some brisk salt air and see the Bay in a new way. Here are five places you can go.