Famed National Geographic photographer David Liittschwager teams up to bring the power of “one cubic foot” to the masses.
The San Francisco Bay Area has an extensive array of programming to support little people with big curiosities.
It’s not easy to catch up with Cindy Moreno. The daughter of immigrant farmworkers from the Central Valley and a recent graduate in environmental studies from San Jose State, Cindy is doing more than her share for the environment.
Officially, Mia Monroe is Site Supervisor of Muir Woods. But what she really does is serve as a passionate ambassador for nature.
For Palo Alto-based Environmental Volunteers, personal exploration of nature is what it’s all about. By providing school kids with hands-on experiences of nature, Environmental Volunteers works to instill a love of the natural world and an interest in protecting it … Read more
A group of San Francisco nature enthusiasts want to make official every kid’s right to climb a tree, see the ocean and ride a bike.
Another father-son geocaching adventure: Learning to love wetlands, even the ones by the highway.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Berkeley, CA (December 17, 2012) — A beloved ranger/naturalist at Muir Woods, a dynamic advocate for open space around Mount Diablo, and a young woman dedicated to reaching out to diverse communities with a message of conservation … Read more
Each year, the nonprofit Bay Nature Institute, based in Berkeley, selects three individuals who are making outstanding contributions to the understanding, protection, and stewardship of the natural world of the San Francisco Bay Area. At 23 years, Cindy Moreno has … Read more
Hey, Bay Area nature lovers. Still on the hunt for a perfect holiday gift? Bay Nature has assembled a Top 10 list of local nature gifts.
Follow the geocaching adventures of a father and son, this time in Oakland, underground.