This fall is one to look for change. During what will hopefully be the last dry months of the driest two-year stretch in recorded California history, how are species responding? What do you see and not see? How does it compare to the past?
Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK is a free, GPS-enabled app that covers much of the eastern half of Golden Gate Park.
When thick brown clouds of smoke settled into the sky above Point Reyes National Seashore in fall 2020, the artist Tom Killion began packing his car with framed prints he’d made over the past four decades, along with thousands of … Read more
Artist Ashwini Bhat reckons with intensifying blazes in her adopted home in Sonoma County
An Oakland art gallery funds environmental advocacy.
An immersive sculpture of a golden eagle will honor the history and culture of the Muwekma Ohlone community.
This fall and winter offer opportunities to see many of the most beloved astronomical phenomena, if you just look up.
The Float Lab is both an experiment in resilient architecture and a piece of public art.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s “MeditOceans” focus on breath, presence, non-judgment, and jellyfish.
Three subspecies of chestnut-backed chickadee inhabit the Bay Area. But the populations are merging.