Publications

The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy offers a wide assortment of publications to keep park lovers informed.

Covers of quarterly Gateways newsletter, covering national parks in San Francisco Bay Area.

Newsletters >>
Become a member and you'll get the quarterly Gateways newsletter, which contains breathtaking park imagery and info on special community events, park projects, volunteer opportunities, and much more. Or subscribe to the monthly Park E-ventures email for the latest on the parks by clicking here.

Annual Reports >>
Our Annual Report to the Community illustrates all of the year-to-year accomplishments that would not have been possible without the continuing support of members and volunteers.

Financial statements >>
Annual financial statements from the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.

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In addition to all the individual publications above, check out our latest stories about park happenings below! 

A silver lupine brush at the Presidio Tunnel Tops, Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands in the background.
Legacy News article
When you make a planned gift to the Conservancy, you become a member of the Silver Lupine Circle -- a community of park lovers who, like you, ensure these national treasures will be protected and nurtured for generations to come.
A silver lupine brush at the Presidio Tunnel Tops, Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands in the background.
Legacy News article
Renata Gasperi and her husband Don Frediani were members and supporters of the Parks Conservancy since 1990 and faithfully attended special events. The two of them supported many cultural and environmental organizations, which have benefited from their kindness and generosity.
A silver lupine brush at the Presidio Tunnel Tops, Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands in the background.
Legacy News article
The Mott Family of Mill Valley and Ross has parks in their DNA. We are grateful to Zee Zee's family for extending her legacy through our work, especially benefiting a landscape to which she felt a special connection.
A silver lupine brush at the Presidio Tunnel Tops, Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands in the background.
Legacy News article
Erica Becker is a longtime member of the Parks Conservancy and the Silver Lupine Circle, a group of supporters who have named the Conservancy as a beneficiary of their estate plans.
Ranger Mia Monroe in Muir Woods.
Gateways Article
Park Ranger Mia Monroe is the Marin Community Liaison for the NPS, and one of the longest serving employees in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Children playing on Bluff Slide at Outpost
Article
Given the opportunity to climb a tree, a child will choose one of countless ways to navigate from limb to limb. The story of how the Outpost playscape at Presidio Tunnel Tops came together revolves around this concept.
A child plays on the cypress wood benches at Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Article
The story behind the large cypress-wood benches you'll find along the Cliff Walk at Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Picnic at Battery Wallace in Marin
Gateways Article
Here are our picks for top picnic spots, including great out-of-the way destinations for those crowded holiday weekends.
Hiking Rancho Corral de Tierra
Gateways Article
NPS Landscape Architect Kirsten Holder and her planning team are working with the community on a vision for the future of Rancho Corral de Tierra in San Mateo County.
Kids stretch and play, running around the Presidio Tunnel Tops lawn.
Gateways Article
This new 14-acre national park experience includes trails, meadows, play spaces, and overlooks to soak in the 360-degree views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay. Special cultural events and food offerings are being planned, and Presidio Tunnel Tops will be a welcoming destination for people to gather and...
Portrait of Khafre Jay, Founder and Executive Director of Hip Hop for Change.
Gateways Article
We connected with Khafre Jay, Founder and Executive Director of Hip Hop for Change and one of 13 individuals invited by the Parks Conservancy, NPS, and the Presidio Trust to join the Activator Council, to learn about his work and the importance of parks in his life.
Laura Yin running at Crissy Field with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background.
Gateways Article
Twelve half-marathons in 12 months through the parks is nothing short of impressive. We were able to talk with Laura Yin about what inspired her to run and support the parks.