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John Muir, Merely a Naturalist?

John Muir

This year marks the 175th birthday of "The Father of the National Parks"—John Muir. Many of us know him as a naturalist, but did you know that John Muir was also an engineer, writer, explorer, botanist, geologist, and the founder of the Sierra Club? more >>


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A New Twist for Park Internships

Park interns

The park has partnered with SFSU and CCSF to engage college students in semester-long Academic Internships. The spring semester pilot has been an incredible success and we’ve had the honor to work with some amazing young adults. Hear them share their experiences! more >>


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Parks: The New Climate Classroom

Wind turbines at Crissy Field Center

In the wake of releasing a new report, Climate Change in the Parks: Innovative Climate Change Education in Parks, the Institute is building momentum for a two-day conference that will gather educators and park leaders to forge new ways to engage the public. more >>


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Go-Go Boots and the Green and Gray

Old NPS Uniform

Take a fascinating look back at National Park Service uniforms for women—from the “Army corps” look to the “stewardess” outfit. As Women’s History Month draws to a close, we explore how the evolution of NPS uniforms reflects women’s long struggle for equality in the workforce. more >>


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Un-Discovering SF Bay: Hiking Sweeney Ridge from Sneath Lane

Hummingbird

It seems remarkable that we can pinpoint an exact date—November 4, 1769—when Europeans first caught sight of San Francisco Bay. Afterward, nothing would ever quite be the same, ecologically or anthropologically, in this grand watershed. Or would it? more >>


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Growing Season: Nurseries Spring into Action

Oak Seedling

Just as it is for the home gardener, spring means planning and planting seeds for our park nurseries. See how we’re gearing up for another big season of growing plants for restoration projects in the Golden Gate National Parks. more >>


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The Four-Season Field Guide to Poison Oak

Poison Oak

“Leaves of three, let it be. If it’s hairy, it’s a berry. If it’s shiny, watch your hiney.” That famous rhyme can help you pick out poison oak—for part of the year. But, because Toxicodendron diversilobum is deciduous, what about the other seasons? more >>


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Youth Connecting Youth to Their National Park

Youth at Backyard Bound

On April 20 and 21, Bay Area teens will participate in Backyard Bound, the outdoor summit organized by the Center’s I-YEL youth leaders. This year’s theme is “How to Connect Youth to Their Environment.” Watch a video to see what this summit is all about. more >>


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Catch the Spring Service Fever

Volunteer at work in the park

It’s time to head out to your nearby national parklands for lots of spring cleaning and restoration. Celebrate Earth Day, National Volunteer Week, National Youth Service Day, and National Park Week by pitching in for your Golden Gate National Parks. There’s something for everyone! more >>


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Food To-Go: Institute Program Hits the Road

Woman and baby at park cafe

The Institute’s Food for the Parks program convened food service leaders in New York last week to expand the healthy and sustainable food options in parks and other establishments across the country. Read on to learn how the Institute made an impact. more >>


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