The 23,000 acres around Crystal Springs are prime hiking territory in an urban region desperate for more places to get outdoors. They’re also home to numerous endangered species, and critical to San Francisco’s drinking water supply.
The Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge might not look like much. But its industrial surroundings hide a biodiversity gem.
Mountain biking is among the fastest-growing recreational activities in the East Bay Regional Parks. Follow along for a ride with Austin McInerny of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association.
On moving day at the remodeling Randall Museum, beloved animals leave their home for the next year.
Development could wipe out one of the Bayview’s few open space areas. Nature in the City hopes knowing more about what lives there can stop the construction.
A new preserve in the Coyote Valley curbs tech sprawl.
It’s time to open up Rancho Corral de Tierra, a storied, long-private piece of the coast, for all.
Oakland-based Bay Area Wilderness Training tries to provide teachers and trip leaders with everything they need — from leadership skills to equipment — to get kids out in nature.
Award-winning master gardener Kate Frey believes gardens should be for more than just show.
A writer who lived on Sonoma Mountain walks us through a new segment of Ridge Trail that opens his onetime backyard to the public.