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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

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

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

Don’t Miss: Two Days to Celebrate Tam!

Celebrate Tam!

On Oct. 3–4, enjoy a sampler (Tam-pler?) platter of Tamalpais fun: hikes and walks; ranger talks; volunteer activities; an art exhibition preview; a community festival featuring food, music, and crafts; and an opportunity to hear about the One Tam vision. more >>

September 2015 | Leave a comment

FOGG Fest: A Fun Way to Give Back—and Kick Back!

FOGG Fest_Main Thumb

Join the Conservancy’s young professionals group for a great volunteer project—and delicious food and drink—at one of the most beautiful spots in our parks, the Golden Gate Overlook. Learn how to get a discounted ticket to our 5th annual FOGG Fest! more >>

June 2015 | Leave a comment

Coastal Cleanup Day 2014: Let’s Make Trash Extinct

Coastal Cleanup Day 2014

Marine debris pollutes aquatic ecosystems, endangers wildlife, and impacts human health and safety. Help turn the tide against trash in waterways and the ocean; pitch-in for California Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 20. Be a part of the solution, not the pollution! more >>

September 2014 | 1 Comments | Leave a comment

Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz Tickets: On Sale June 27

Ai Wei Wei

This fall, internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei brings his powerful and thought-provoking work to Alcatraz. Get the latest details about his site-specific installations on the Rock—and learn how to buy your tickets for this much-anticipated exhibition, opening September 27. more >>

Pollution Palooza: Good, Clean Fun!

Pollution Palooza: Good, Clean Fun!

Youth leaders at the Crissy Field Center are putting the finishing touches on their final project, a free, family-friendly event filled with physical challenges, educational exhibits, and prizes. Held at Crissy Field, the event shows how pollution affects our entire community. more >>

May 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 >>

Golden Gate National Parks BioBlitz Reaches New Heights

Did you Know: May 2014

After two intensive days of exploration and documentation, the Golden Gate National Parks BioBlitz (March 28–29) captured a vivid snapshot of the unique biodiversity in the parks. more >>

May 2014 | Leave a comment


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