In the early 1990s, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service reviewed the status of a rare coastal sand dune plant called the San Francisco lessingia, which grows only in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. The background the service … Read more
Come aboard the Schooner Freda B and see the Bay’s iconic sights from the deck of an elegant, traditionally-rigged sailboat. Landmarks often see include the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Marin Headlands, Angel Island, Palace of Fine Arts, Fort Mason, Fisherman’s … Read more
In San Francisco’s southeastern side, city officials see a crown jewel for a remade waterfront park. But will the people who live there see the same thing?
Literacy for Environmental Justice has worked with youth and nature in San Francisco for two decades.
The focus on nature right now might seem counterintuitive. On the contrary, being outside is recognized as an essential activity.
It’s planting season! California native plants create habitat for local birds, bees, and butterflies and are well adapted for our San Franciscan climate. Come visit our nursery and pick out the perfect additions to your garden! Parking available in spaces … Read more
After a ferocious battle, the new coyote pair stuck around and the old one had gone.
Most coyotes won’t stay within the Presidio’s relatively safe confines.
San Francisco tries to change the conditions that once made it famous for butterfly extinction
UC Santa Cruz Sociologist Lindsey Dillon says cleanup shouldn’t mean displacement.