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Trail Tools Quiz: Gear Up for National Trails Day!

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Test your knowledge of 10 common tools from the top-secret Fort Miley tool shed. ... more >>


June 2015 | Leave a comment

Growing Gains: Reflections from Two Nursery Youth Interns

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The school year’s just begun, but for students it’s not too early to think about summer internship opportunities!... more >>


October 2014 | Leave a comment

The Perfect Pie Pairing for Your Milagra Hike

From Field to Kitchen!

A fresh berry pie is the perfect reward after a vigorous springtime hike at Milagra Ridge—or any of our Golden Gate National Parks. Read on for the delicious recipe, developed by a former Park Stewardship intern with a passion for baking.... more >>


June 2014 | Leave a comment

This Celebration’s For the Birds

This Celebration’s For the Birds

On May 10, bring the whole family to Muir Beach and Muir Woods for International Migratory Bird Day! Learn the history of this unique event, now in its 14th year, and discover festivities in honor of our feathered friends across the Redwood Creek Watershed... more >>



Did You Know: Start Your Engines!

Did You Know?

Move over, Art in the Parks. It’s time for KART in the Parks—a new project of the Parks Conservancy to bring the family fun of go-kart racing to the Crissy airfield! ... more >>


April 2014 | Leave a comment

Little Changes, Big Problems? Why Phenology Matters

Little Changes, Big Problems? Why Phenology Matters

Repeated over time, warm and dry winters alter the timing of natural events such as flower blooms, and those changes can produce a ripple effect throughout the food web. Learn more about phenology—the study of seasonal phenomena and how they’re affected by climate change.... more >>


March 2014 | Leave a comment

Hope for Oakwood Valley: Project Uncovers Young Oak, Bay Trees

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Threatened by Sudden Oak Death, wildfire, and the proliferation of invasive species, the oak and bay trees of Oakwood Valley face a tenuous future.... more >>


February 2014 | Leave a comment

Did Jute Know? Fun Facts about a Formidable Fabric

Working on jute (Monica Stafford)

As you stand in the new parking lot at Muir Beach, you may notice the expanse of tan fabric covering the restored floodplain.... more >>


January 2014 | Leave a comment

Five Lessons I Learned from the Mission Blue Butterfly

Mission blue butterfly (Rachel Lorenz)

As we prepare for this restoration work, a Park Stewardship manager reflects on the big lessons he’s learned from this little butterfly. ... more >>


December 2013 | 6 Comments | Leave a comment

Fresh Take: Youth Interns Study Ohlone Traditions, Native Plants, Adolph Sutro

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Every summer, we welcome youth interns who help plan and energize volunteer and visitor programs.... more >>


November 2013 | Leave a comment

 

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