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'Wanna Be My Plover?' Print-N-Clip Valentine’s Cards!

Valentine's Day e-cards

Open the Golden Gate to your sweetie’s heart with seven free and cheesy V-Day cards—guaranteed to make them smile (or groan). And if you ever wanted to work “oak savannah ecosystem” into a pickup line, well, these are for you. more >>


February 2016 | Leave a comment

Parks Grow Girls’ Interest in Science, Restoration Ecology

Parks Grow Girls’ Interest in Science

In November, four staff members from our parks showed a group of 3rd to 5th grade girls that women play an important role in heavy-duty ecological field work. In response, one young student shared her love for working in the mud too—through a poem. more >>


January 2016 | Leave a comment

Keep it Simple in ’16: Resolve to Get Outside!

Resolve to Get Outside!

Nothing could be easier—or more healthful—than resolving to spend more time outside in 2016. Learn about the benefits of exercise and experiences in nature—and discover helpful resources for beginning new explorations of your Golden Gate National Parks. more >>


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GGRO Helps Raptor Conference Soar to New Heights

GGRO Raptor Conference

Nearly 400 biologists from 12 countries gathered in Sacramento last month for a milestone conference on birds of prey. How did it go? Read the reflections of Allen Fish, director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, which helped host the historic event. more >>


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An Art Piece—in a Park Place—That Will Move You to Tears

40 Part Motet

If you loved @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz, it’s time again to experience art in the parks. Janet Cardiff’s masterpiece, The Forty Part Motet, is wowing visitors at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. Learn about this amazing sound installation in partnership with SFMOMA. more >>


December 2015 | Leave a comment

Are There Really More Great Whites Off Our Shores?

Are There Really More Great Whites Off Our Shores?

Media have been buzzing about recent great white shark sightings in the area. But we went to find out the truth about these mysterious (and unfairly maligned) fish, by asking noted biologists such as Parks Conservancy Trustee Dr. John McCosker. more >>


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Five Bone-Chilling Date Spots to Warm Your Boo’s Heart

Five Bone-Chilling Date Spots to Warm Your Boo’s Heart

With “boo”-tiful sites aplenty, the Golden Gate National Parks are full of places to take your date on Halloween (or some other dread and dreary night by the Bay)—especially if you want him or her seeking safety and comfort in your arms. more >>


November 2015 | Leave a comment

Conservancy Director Takes Lessons to Brazil and Beyond

Sue Gardner

Flanked by a beloved filmmaker and a legendary conservationist, Sue Gardner wowed an audience of 1,500 scientists and policy makers in Brazil. See how she shared the Conservancy’s work abroad—and hear the lessons she learned about civic engagement around the world. more >>


November 2015 | Leave a comment

GGRO Marks Key Moment in Conservation Biology

GGRO Marks Key Moment in Conservation Biology

Fifty years ago, biologists gathered a convening with an unprecedented specific purpose—saving a species on the brink, the Peregrine Falcon. Learn about that pivotal event and how you can support the GGRO’s hosting of an important raptor conference this fall, which continues to draw inspiration from the ’65 meeting. more >>


November 2015 | Leave a comment

Stroll Call: Surgeon General Issues Our Walking Orders

Stroll Call: Surgeon General Issues Our Walking Orders

Early in September, the Surgeon General made the simple (but highly salutary) act of walking a national priority across America. Learn how the Institute at the Golden Gate is heeding Dr. Vivek Murthy’s call, and how you can get “on a stroll” here in our parks. more >>


October 2015 | Leave a comment

 

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