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Press Releases

View of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands from the Presidio batteries
March 25, 2010
The generous support from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation will help fulfill a $17 million funding goal to complete a 24-mile system of classic and high-quality trails, bikeways and overlooks in the Presidio—creating a dynamic and enduring new public resource for the residents of San Francisco Bay Area and visitors from around the world.
2009 Turning the Tide
March 4, 2010
Turning the Tide returns to Fort Baker April 14-16, 2010, to explore creative solutions to global sustainability issues.
December 9, 2009
One of the nation’s greenest park-based buildings promises to be an outstanding model of sustainability for students and park visitors alike.
Warming Hut
October 13, 2009
Reward your family and friends—and the planet—this holiday season by creating an eco-conscious shopping list.
Redwood Creek flowing into the ocean
September 17, 2009
The Redwood Creek Restoration at Muir Beach is beginning an initial phase of work that will restore natural function to the creek and wetland system at this well known Marin County visitor destination.

Press Coverage

Associated Press

The former superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park, is taking a new job in San Francisco.

San Francisco Chronicle

“The Immigrant Yarn Project,” which identifies itself as “the largest work of crowdsourced art in the country,” is on the second level of Fort Point until May 19, free and welcoming visitors every weekend, Friday to Sunday. The project displays works of art knitted and crocheted by more than 600...

Vacation Idea Dream Vacation Magazine

A short drive (or ferry ride) out of San Francisco will take you to some of the most magnificent parks in the area: Alcatraz Island, Alcatraz Gardens, Muir Woods National Monument, Stinson Beach, Marin Headlands, and many more.

Curbed San Francisco

Ground-penetrating radar uncovers remains of 19th-century fort beneath prison yard

Greg Moore is the humble force behind the Golden Gate National Parks’ nonprofit branch.