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Endangered Coho Salmon Re-released into Redwood Creek at Muir BeachEndangered Coho Salmon Re-released into Redwood Creek at Muir Beach
To give a boost to endangered coho salmon in the Redwood Creek Watershed, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife—and staff and volunteers from a handful of supporting agencies (including the Parks Conservancy)—returned 106 hatchery-reared adult fish to the creek at Muir Beach on December 9.

What do the parks give you?What Do the Parks Give You?
We asked visitors to the Golden Gate National Parks a simple question: What do the parks give you? The respondents—representing a broad diversity of ages and backgrounds—gave equally varied answers, from “a sense of belonging” to “peace of mind” to “a better understanding.”

Girl Scouts of Northern California's 34th Annual Golden Gate Bridging ceremonyGirl Scouts of Northern California's 34th Annual Golden Gate Bridging ceremony
More than 6,000 girls from around the country participated in the 34th Annual Golden Gate Bridging ceremony on May 2, 2015, sponsored by Girl Scouts of Northern California.

Food for the ParksFood for the Parks Initiative
The Institute's Food for the Parks initiative sprouted from a number of collaborative connections at Institute events.

 

Photo Gallery for Press

All the sample images are for press use only and available as digital files for use with articles about the Golden Gate National Parks. Digital files can be provided as jpegs suitable for web use (72 dpi), or for print publication use (300 dpi).

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Video Gallery

The Parks Conservancy offers b-roll on MP4 format. Footage includes a variety of shots that are designed to allow stations to produce stories without having to shoot at the site or supplement their existing footage.

PRESS CONTACT

David Shaw, Vice President Marketing and Communications

dshaw@parksconservancy.org

(415) 561-3064