Find nature and conservation events happening around the greater San Francisco Bay Area!

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Spring Break Camp

Pepperwood Preserve 2130 Pepperwood Preserve Road , Santa Rosa, CA

Let’s spend the week together making each day an adventure in the great outdoors at Pepperwood! Guided by the experienced staff of Environmental Educators, campers will spend each day exploring the grasslands, forests, and ponds of the 3,200-acre reserve. Every … Read more

$300 – $350

Sign Hill Stewards: Habitat Restoration

Sign Hill, Ridgeview Court, South San Francisco, CA Ridgeview Court, South San Francisco

(desplácese hacia abajo para obtener información en español) Many rare plant and animal species live on Sign Hill’s native grasslands, including the endangered mission blue butterfly. Help us conserve and restore their habitat by installing native plants and removing invasive … Read more

Wayne Roderick Lectures

Regional Parks Botanic Garden Wildcat Canyon Road at South Park Drive, Berkeley, CA

Wayne Roderick Lecture Series Begins Saturday, January 14, 2023. The first Wayne Roderick Lecture will be held on Saturday morning at 10:30 AM on January 14th, 2023 on Zoom. Botanic Garden Director Bart O’Brien will be speaking on elements of … Read more

Family-Friendly Guided Bike Tour of Guadalupe River Park

Guadalupe River Park Conservancy Visitor & Education Center 438 Coleman Ave., San Jose, CA

A beginner-friendly bike tour of a beautiful riverfront park! Guadalupe River Park is San José's own riverfront open space. At this park, you can have fun, explore, learn, relax, sight-see, and meet new friends. Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition is partnering … Read more

Ride-Along with the San José Conservation Corps

Diridon Station San Jose 65 Cahill Street, San Jose

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and the San José Conservation Corps + Charter School are partnering up! This unique event will bring trail users along for a ride with front-line maintenance workers, and showcase all the work that the Conservation Corps … Read more