With Bay of Life, Frans Lanting and Christine Eckstrom wanted to go past Monterey Bay’s natural beauty to explore its past, present and possible futures.
Marin Art and Garden Center presents Josie Iselin and The Curious World of Seaweed. Josie has been using her flatbed scanner to create portraits of this remarkable flora for almost fifteen years, and her art explorations have taken her deep … Read more
Josie Iselin’s colorful, contemporary seaweed portraits combine with fascinating historical imagery to create an exhibit that delves deep into the beauty and science of seaweed. The Curious World of Seaweed is a journey into the underrepresented stories of the marine … Read more
MARIN ART AND GARDEN CENTER PRESENTS Webinar with renowned landscape designer, Darrel Morrison whose ecology-based approach has influenced generations of practitioners. For more than six decades, Morrison has drawn inspiration from the varied landscapes of his life—from the Iowa prairie … Read more
Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) along with Santa Clara County Parks in welcoming Jenny Clendenen, a long-time Almaden Valley resident and POST supporter, to hear about her new book MINE: El Despojo de María Zacarías Bernal de Berreyesa. Learn … Read more
Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 7 pm, Pacific time KPFA Radio 94.1 FM with Heyday Books presents a webinar Obi Kaufmann The Forests of California A California Field Atlas with Brian Edwards-Tiekert Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 7 pm EVENTBRITE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/obi-kaufmann-the-forests-of-california-tickets-118221899885 From … Read more
A social distancing-approved reading list and other indoor nature activities
This is an excerpt from photographer and longtime Bay Nature contributor Stephen Joseph’s new book, Mount Diablo, A Story of Place and Inspiration. The book consists of hundreds of Joseph’s photographs, taken over three years on the mountain, and features essays by local conservation leaders.
Rising, by Elizabeth Rush, is an elegant argument that it’s time to retreat from our shoreline.
There’s deep joy in articulating reality, the poems in this new collection make clear—the simple reward of seeing the world as it is.