Alpine Lake
Thu, Feb 29
Presidio Hollow
What better way to enjoy a rainy day than by exploring Tennessee Hollow - the Presidio’s largest watershed, encompassing 20 percent of the park.
Image of the front of the Presidio Tunnel Tops
Thu, Feb 25 4:00pm-5:00pm
Join us for a virtual “tour” and update to learn more about building the Presidio Tunnel Tops, how this new park was designed, as well as what’s happening behind-the-scenes. This event is part of an ongoing series of talks as a lead-up to the park’s opening in Fall 2021.
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Presidio Visitor Center
Join us November 18, 2020 at 11AM PST for a webinar about species adaptation with Francis Taroc, the Conservancy's Senior Specialist of Environmental Science Education at the Crissy Field Center, and Dr. Lauren Esposito, the Academy’s Assistant Curator and Schlinger Chair of Arachnology.
Great Egret in Bothin Marsh
Join us for an online community conversation about planning for future sea level rise at Bothin Marsh and the Mill-Valley Sausalito Multi-Use Path.
California Newt
What role can you play in scientific research and monitoring on Mt. Tam?
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Presidio Visitor Center
Join us May 28th at 2 PM PDT for an online conversation with Academy Head Librarian and Archivist Rebekah Kim and National Park Service Archivist Amanda Williford about how we preserve history for the future.
Eriogonum luteolum, Mt. Tam
Wondering what’s growing on Mt. Tam while we shelter-in-place? Join One Tam science expert Rachel Kesel to discover some of the tiny and tough plants growing on Mt. Tam’s rocky serpentine soils.
Close up of an intern working with plants
Presidio Native Plant Nursery
Come learn the secrets of cloning plants by cutting off branches and encouraging them to root! Meghan Steinharter (Fort Funston and Oceana Nurseries Manager) and Robin Binaoro (Associate Nursery Manager) will discuss the science behind clonal propagation.
Image of the front of the Presidio Visitor Center with the Golden Gate Bridge in the backgrounr
Presidio Main Post Transit Center
The Main Post encompasses more history than another other site within Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Learn about Spanish colonial settlers, 1906 refugees, U.S. Army history from 1846 to 1995, and a dizzying variety of military architecture.
Bluffs provide great views at Fort Funston
Chip Trail at Fort Funston Road
The Park Stewardship team will lead a leisurely walk along the cliffs of Fort Funston and share the folklore, medicinal uses and biology of the flowers. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a new appreciation for spring wildflowers in San Francisco are guaranteed!