The plan—yet to be City-approved—calls for upward of $17 million in maintenance for Oakland’s neglected trees.
The city of Oakland just made history by giving over five acres in Joaquin Miller Park to an Indigenous land trust’s stewardship. But the backstory was decades in the making.
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
This article first appeared in the interdisciplinary journal Parks Stewardship Forum under the title “Coloring Outside the Lines | Connecting the Dots: Why does what and who came before us matter?” Bay Nature is republishing it with permission. Read the … Read more
Conservation groups say the environmental assessment avoids considering environmental justice or marine life
I moved to the Bay Area 20 years ago, and still feel a daily thrill at living in such a special place. Today, as I reflect on my new role as CEO of Greenbelt Alliance and the path that brought … Read more
Residents and advocates turn to the challenge of keeping it welcome.
There are two ways of seeing the lines on a map, writes Jose Gonzalez. They lead to a bigger point about what it means to live sin fronteras.
Some people are more affected by wildfires than others