What’s the value of dusty old natural history in the modern world? More than you might think, says Brad Balukjian.
A UC Berkeley study looks at underserved youth and veterans and finds apparent healing benefits to time in nature.
Generational change and an eye-opening moment for inclusion leave us with an unprecedented opportunity.
A new cafe in Berkeley brings back Ohlone cuisine.
Parks improve health and fight climate change. But not all parks affect a community in the same way — and the question is: “Who’s it for?”
Highlighting the natural histories of communities of color in the Bay Area may help more people feel welcome in the environmental community and sciences.
Are crowded parks, like traffic or sprawl, another symptom of the Bay Area’s economic boom? Not necessarily.
“Right now,” says founder Rue Mapp, “we need nature more than ever.” A Q&A with the founder of Outdoor Afro as she prepares for nationwide “healing hikes.”
The Golden Hour Restoration Institute has announced plans to offer an applied master restoration certificate.
A Q&A with Jose Gonzalez, whose group Latino Outdoors works to make nature accessible to everyone.