From Marsh Creek Regional Trail, see some of the newest projects restoring this watershed for salmon, beaver, and tricolored blackbirds.
How Measure AA funds are being used to restore shorelines, wildlife habitat, and public access around the San Francisco Bay
Day to day, Kelli English works with National Parks Service staff and leaders to oversee services for the four National Parks historic sites in the East Bay. As Chief of Interpretation for the John Muir and Eugene O’Neill National Historic … Read more
In San Francisco’s southeastern side, city officials see a crown jewel for a remade waterfront park. But will the people who live there see the same thing?
As closures and financial losses mount, Bay Area organizations have cut back on staff or science.
This article first appeared in the interdisciplinary journal Parks Stewardship Forum under the title “Coloring Outside the Lines | Connecting the Dots: Why does what and who came before us matter?” Bay Nature is republishing it with permission. Read the … Read more
Literacy for Environmental Justice has worked with youth and nature in San Francisco for two decades.
Some say a landmark conservation deal is now a “vision unfulfilled”
In May, my family and I headed to Sycamore Grove Park near Livermore for a long stroll on Mother’s Day. Something about the dry heat and native, lazy-limbed sycamore trees there feels like an earlier version of California, and it … Read more
A Q&A with Bay Area birder John Robinson about race, access, and birding.