Alongside our partners at the National Park Service and Presidio Trust, we work every day to improve the parks for visitors, for wildlife, and for future generations. The Conservancy’s projects, ranging across the expanse of these national parklands, are as diverse as the parks themselves.
Whether we’re restoring a vital watershed in Marin County, installing enhanced trail signage in San Mateo County, or building new overlooks in the Presidio of San Francisco, our crews—and your contributions—are always hard at work.
Learn more, do more, and pitch in!
News about Park Projects
For the first time since the Crissy Field Promenade was opened in 2001, the entire 1.5-mile length of the popular pathway will be repaired. Starting in March, the promenade will be closed, section by section, for resurfacing work that will improve its durability and sustainability. more >>
The nationwide Arts in the Parks program brings illuminating, inspirational, and thought-provoking pieces of art to public lands, from Ellis Island to Alcatraz Island. Learn about some exemplary artworks and exhibitions—and watch a video series that explains the program’s roots, impact, and future. more >>
More About Park Projects
- Happy 100th Birthday, National Park Service!
- National Trails Day: Pitch In and Get Out to Explore!
- Explore New Worlds this Summer, From Tales to Trails
- Urban Fellow Connects East Bay Communities with Parks
- Buffalo Soldiers: The First African American 'Park Rangers'
- Go-Go Boots and the Green and Gray