Join this meander ( 2 miles hike) around the base of Mount Diablo to explore the medicinal plants growing along the trails at Mitchell Canyon. You will talk about the modern-day uses of the plants you see and discover some … Read more
Have you ever wondered how a sea star eats? How many different types of sea urchins live along our Sonoma coastline? Learn about the diversity of the rocky shoreline in this family-friendly, hands-on presentation while you sit and gaze at the … Read more
The Environmental Justice Summit is a bold platform for representation and activism that elevates and amplifies the voices and power of people of color as leaders in the environmental justice movement. Environmentalism is a movement that impacts all classes, colors, … Read more
A longtime parks director writes about changes the Bay Area needs to make
Day to day, Kelli English works with National Parks Service staff and leaders to oversee services for the four National Parks historic sites in the East Bay. As Chief of Interpretation for the John Muir and Eugene O’Neill National Historic … Read more
A Modern Look at American Conservation History, From Exclusion to Inclusion Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) in welcoming The Avarna Group for this educational webinar focused on the controversial history of conservation in the United States and work to … Read more
Western science and indigenous knowledge are often presented as conflicting. Jose Gonzalez looks for areas where they converge.
A UC Berkeley study looks at underserved youth and veterans and finds apparent healing benefits to time in nature.