The Chronicle profiles the Crissy Field Center's 2008 Community Heroes Award recipients, four inspiring Bay Area individuals and organizations working to improve their environments.
In conjunction with a community celebration of Mori Point on April 26, this article covers the revitalization of this stunning promontory and vital ecosystem. It also describes the efforts of the Parks Conservancy, National Park Service, and volunteers to protect and preserve the unique habitat at Mori Point.
San Francisco Bay's first national park lodge is to open on June 1 at the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge.
One of the most scenic and stunning trails in the West can be traversed without leaving San Francisco. This 6-mile "Grand Walk" hugs the coastline from the Cliff House to Fort Mason.
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."