This Chronicle article covers the Muir Woods Centennial by focusing on its new place on the National Register of Historic Places. The designation recognizes Muir Woods' enduring significance as "the birthplace of the modern conservation movement."
KTVU News covers the Muir Woods Centennial celebration with a closer look at the William Kent story and his legacy of philanthropy and conservation. The segment features interviews with Kent's grandchildren.
ABC 7 reports from Muir Woods National Monument on the Centennial festivities. The segment captures the sights and sounds of a memorable celebration honoring William Kent's gift and the timeless redwood giants.
Recognizing Muir Woods' Centennial Year, the Chronicle takes an in-depth look at the national monument's past, present, and future, with special emphasis on the ecological complexities and challenges in the Redwood Creek watershed.
Perched on a small plateau off the main Coastal Trail, the labyrinth in San Francisco's Lands End is an inviting outdoor creation: a simple strolling circuit with unmatched views of the Marin Headlands and Golden Gate Bridge.