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Press Releases

Sunlight shines through canopy at Muir Woods
February 23, 2024
SAN FRANCISCO—(February 23, 2024)—The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, working with the National Park Service, California State Parks and Marin Water as the One Tam partnership, was recently awarded $4.26 million in grant funding from the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) to support forest conservation programs in Marin County. The One...
A gray fox sits atop a log in the woods of mount tamalpais scratching its ear with its foot.
January 10, 2024
SAN RAFAEL, CA. (January 10, 2024)—The National Park Service, California State Parks, Marin Water, Marin County Parks, and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy working in partnership as One Tam announces a new partnership with Conservation International and Google Wildlife for Marin Wildlife Watch (formerly called Marin Wildlife Picture Index...
A foggy photo of the forests of Mt. Tam with the rising sunlight filtering in.
September 5, 2023
SAN FRANCISCO (September 5, 2023)—The National Park Service, California State Parks, Marin Water, Marin County Parks, and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy working in partnership as One Tam, have released the Marin Regional Forest Health Strategy (Forest Health Strategy) , laying out a new model for understanding and caring...
Michele Gee stands in front of a green background in the parks.

Former Chief of Interpretation and Education for the National Park Service returns to the Parks Conservancy where she began her career in the parks

May 1, 2023
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy today announced the appointment of Michele Gee as its Deputy Chief Executive Officer.
Adam Bad Wound poses in a suit.

Philanthropy executive brings more than a decade of experience working at environmental nonprofits

October 11, 2022
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy today announced the appointment of Adam Bad Wound as its Chief Development Officer.

Press Coverage

Muir Woods Historic Redwoods
Wildlife Conservation Board

Support from the Wildlife Conservation Board Forest Conservation Program will enable the Parks Conservancy to work with our One Tam partners to implement significant forest and woodland stewardship actions in key areas throughout Marin County.

Alcatraz at night
Fodor's Travel

Tours of Alcatraz were once focused on the lore of its criminals, but today tours of this ruthless prison explore deeper questions. Featuring insight from John Moran, associate director of visitor programs and services at the Parks Conservancy.

Parks Conservancy board member Susan Lowenberg at Fort Mason
Office of Governor Gavin Newsom

Susan Lowenberg, President of the Lowenberg Corporation and a member of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Board of Trustees, has been appointed to the California Coastal Commission by California Governor Gavin Newsom.  The Coastal Commission protects and enhances California’s coast and ocean for present and future generations.

Sunlight shines through canopy at Muir Woods
San Francisco Chronicle

"One of the small natural miracles in this part of the world is just an autumn rainstorm away." As part of Redwood Renewal at Muir Woods, the National Park Service (NPS) and its partners are helping undo the damage of the past and restore habitat for the federally endangered coho salmon.

Tree canopy showing gaps that let light in.
KneeDeep Times

The Marin Regional Forest Health Strategy is the latest in a series of studies going back to One Tam’s Peak Health inventory of 2016, and the first to look beyond the greater Mount Tamalpais area to cover the entirety of Marin, including private lands. KneeDeep Times, "the Bay Area's climate resilience magazine," investigates.