Dragonfly Creek Spreads Its Wings
Hear from staff on the contributions of the Presidio Native Plant Nursery and watch progress on the Dragonfly Creek project.
Ecotourism from the Ground Up
Megan Epler Wood speaks at Conversations with Eco-Innovators Lecture Series 2009???2010
Electricity Consumption at Crissy Field Center
Where does the energy at Crissy Field Center come from? Students take a look at how the Center gets its energy and discuss tips for reducing energy consumption.
Endangered 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.
Energy and Profit
Turning the Tide Conference 2009: If the profit motive provides the strongest driver of change, what can be predicted about energy ???winners and losers??? in this era of caution, price, and new policies?
Turning the Tide Conference 2009: The longer story of passion and urban transformation.
Exploring the Pacific Garbage Patch /Feeding the World
Turning the Tide Conference 2010: Conversations about the enormous garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean and the issues in providing food for an overpopulated planet.
Food and Farming on the Urban Edge
Sibella Kraus, Woody Tasch, and Jeremy Madsen speak at the Head in the Sky, Feet in the Mud Lecture Series 2008???2009.