Four Days Diablo is a “gently roughing it” camping trip that leads you on an adventure through rarely seen Mount Diablo landscapes, including Save Mount Diablo’s very own signature 1,083-acre property and field station, Curry Canyon Ranch. The most luxurious … Read more
Mount Diablo Audubon Society and Save Mount Diablo are partnering up for a hike on Save Mount Diablo’s gorgeous Curry Canyon Ranch. This portion of Curry Canyon Ranch showcases beautiful rangeland ecosystems and valley oak and riparian habitat. We’ll be … Read more
Calling all experienced trail runners to an exploratory run at Curry Canyon Ranch! Attendees will traverse through grassland, riparian, and woodland habitats at their own pace. Hilly terrain is rewarded with stellar views of Mount Diablo and an abundance of … Read more
Join us for an evening of plein air painting at one of Save Mount Diablo’s gorgeous properties: Wright Canyon! All ages and levels of experience are welcome! An experienced painter will be available to give tips and tricks. … Read more
Join our watering crew and be a part of our 10,000 Trees and Plants Project and Climate Action Plan goals! Enjoy the beauty of Mount Diablo’s foothills as we fight impacts of climate change by protecting tree seedlings around Curry … Read more
Ever wondered what kind of native plants and wildlife pop up after a big fire? Want to explore your local parks in more depth and learn about the kinds of things that live there? Come join Save Mount Diablo for … Read more
Robert Doyle, a veteran of the parks and open space field with a career spanning 40 plus years, previously served as General Manager of the East Bay Regional Park District. In 1971, Mr. Doyle was a founding Board member of … Read more
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Mount Diablo State Park. To celebrate, we’ve created a film about Mount Diablo’s natural heritage. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Mount Diablo State Park. To celebrate, we’ve created a film about … Read more
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.
Everyone’s heard about Muir Woods. Where can you go to get away from the crowds and still see the nature that makes Northern California is famous?