David Lewis steered Save the Bay through the successful passage of a game-changing regional ballot measure to fund restoration. Now he sets his sights on the next challenge.
Alison Young and Rebecca Johnson, citizen science coordinators at the California Academy of Sciences, get people out and observing nature on behalf of science.
Uriel Hernandez, a community forestry coordinator at Canopy, helps connect people to their neighborhoods by planting trees.
Bay Nature Institute announces its 4 Local Hero Award winners for 2017.
The director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory oversees a staff of three, and wrangles 300 volunteers who spend 50,000 hours a year watching the skies and counting raptors.
The general manager of the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority led the passage of Measure Q.
The UC Davis student conservation leader on the power of awareness-building in inspiring young people: “I never turn down the opportunity to talk to somebody.”
Bay Nature Institute announces its Local Hero Award winners for 2016, and a special fourth award, presented to Bay Nature co-founder Malcolm Margolin.
Publishing icon and Bay Nature co-founder Malcolm Margolin will receive a special award for his invaluable contributions to Bay Nature and the cultural life of the Bay Area.
Naftali is a passionate advocate of our local wild lands and a visionary student leader.