On October 4, 2015, the Committee for Green Foothills honored Bay Nature co-founders David Loeb and Malcolm Margolin (publisher of Heyday Books) for their significant contributions to the Bay Area nature community.
Human settlement in the San Francisco Bay Area dates back 10,000 years to early Native American settlements. Today, the region is a teeming metropolis of 7 million people that collectively challenge the health of the region's ecosystems. How it got this way is a story that prompts a deeper understanding of our place in the landscape.
By sinking Doyle Drive into a tunnel, the Presidio has created an additional 13 acres of open space. Now the question is how to use it — and the Presidio Trust wants the public to help decide.
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.
A rare agricultural biodiversity survey gives MALT a chance to explore its stunning new acquisition above Tomales Bay.
Bay Nature’s publisher wrestles with the issue of bikes in parks.
Guiding people through the wilderness – and empowering them with the tools to protect it – comes naturally to GreenInfo Network Executive Director and Bay Nature board chair emeritus Larry Orman.
Fifty years ago, a small group of activists took on corporate America to keep nuclear power off the North Coast. The battle they fought changed their lives — and American environmentalism.
It’s time to open up Rancho Corral de Tierra, a storied, long-private piece of the coast, for all.
New documentary film series explores how humans and nature are codependent.
“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.”