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Finding Love for the City

I-YEL Members

Each year, our Inspiring Young Emerging Leaders (I-YEL) develop a project that addresses an environmental or social issue. This year, our interns chose to do a play. They have written an entire script, memorized their lines, created their own props and costumes, and are ready to perform for an audience!

The... more >>


July 2013 | Leave a comment

School’s Out, But Learning’s Still In Session

CFC Campers

Summer is an exciting time for kids, but a big concern for parents and educators alike is the three-month lapse in learning that often accompanies those school-free months. At the Crissy Field Center, we recognize the need to produce a day-camp experience that stimulates and captivates each camper, while presenting... more >>


June 2013 | Leave a comment

Kids Write Back: Postcards to the Parks

Postcard

By Kaitlin de Blanc, National Park Service Education Intern at the Crissy Field Center

Have you ever sent a postcard of the Golden Gate Bridge to someone? In Crissy Field Center school programs this year, we had participants send their postcards to us! Check out some of the kids’ postcards, depicting... more >>


May 2013 | Leave a comment

Youth Connecting Youth to Their National Park

Youth at Backyard Bound

Getting ready for its second year, Backyard Bound is a youth-led summit consisting of workshops, outdoor experiences, and discussions centered on connecting youth to their environment.

The Center’s Inspiring Young Emerging Leaders (I-YEL) program takes the lead for this two day, overnight event held at the Rob Hill Campground in the... more >>


April 2013 | Leave a comment

Which Bus Line Has the Most Bacteria?

WISE students

Project WISE (Watersheds Inspiring Student Education) is in the middle of their Environmental Research Projects! WISE is a program that engages environmental science classes at Galileo Academy of Science and Technology.

The students have broken up into small groups and chosen various environmental topics relevant to their lives and neighborhoods. Over... more >>


March 2013 | 1 Comments | Leave a comment

Crissy Field Center’s 2013 Resolutions

Crissy Field Center staff

A New Year is underway at the Crissy Field Center!

The Center is committed to diversity not only in the communities it serves, but also in its staff, who bring a great variety of interests, backgrounds, and experiences to share with program participants. Here are some of the 2013 professional and... more >>


February 2013 | Leave a comment

Getting Out While Powering Up

Youth in parks using a tablet

When addressing technology in education, schools have been striving to keep up with the changing world and their students. Pencil sharpeners and black boards have been joined by newer devices like computers and digital scanners. It is apparent from this trend that as technologies are increasing in their applicability, society... more >>


January 2013 | Leave a comment

Intern Spotlight: Kaitlin De Blanc

Intern and kids on a hike

After completing her first-year term with us, Kaitlin came back for a second.

Before joining the team in 2011, Kaitlin was finishing up her two degrees in Environmental Studies and French. She was interested in the internship because of its relation to Environmental Studies but she accepted it because it also... more >>


December 2012 | Leave a comment

Public Dashboard Tracks Center’s Energy Use

Crissy Field Center Wind Turbines

Project FROG, the designers of the Crissy Field Center and Beach Hut Café, created an online dashboard that provides information on not only the output of our wind turbines and solar panels, but also the building’s energy consumption. The site, http://frogdashboard.com/crissy, shows the kW production of our renewable energy... more >>


November 2012 | Leave a comment

Crissy Field Center’s Four-Mile History Hike

Mission Dolores

The Crissy Field Center is always looking for ways to connect communities to the Golden Gate National Parks.  This year, Crissy Field Center’s National Park Ranger Fatima Colindres, Mission Dolores Curator Andrew Galvan, Assistant Curator Vincent Medina, and other Parks Conservancy staff will be providing a community program: "Mission Presidio:... more >>


October 2012 | 2 Comments | Leave a comment

 

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