Tue, Jun 18 4:00pm-5:00pm
Presidio Visitor Center
Enjoy a sneak-peek of the future Field Station and Outpost, future play and discovery spaces for youth and families that are part of an expanded youth campus being built at the Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Muir Beach parking lot
Enjoy the evening shadows as we walk two miles around Muir Beach and talk about the natural and cultural history of this unique place.
Thu, Jul 25 6:00pm-8:00pm
Muir Woods Visitor Center
Join us for an evening outing in the peaceful and majestic serenity of Muir Woods National Monument.
Crissy Field Center
Led by one of our talented park volunteer photographers, this class is for those who have an interest in getting better photographs with their cameras. It is designed to take beginners who are using the “Auto” mode most of the time and want to use the other features to improve their results.
Lake Lagunitas Parking Lot
Saddle up and enjoy the glory of mountain meadows, spring wildflowers and lake views at SkyOaks!
Join Chrissy Sullivan (Natural Resource Specialist, Tennessee Valley), for this informative and interesting class on something we should all be aware of: the threats posed to the parks by invasive plants. Class will start with a presentation, followed by a hands-on component in the field!
Join the very knowledgeable Stephen Andrews (UC Berkeley Professor, specializing in soils) for this next class in his soil series and learn how to build a successful and thriving compost!
Marin Headlands Native Plant Nursery
Join the very knowledgeable Stephen Andrews (UC Berkeley Professor, specializing in soils) for this next class in his soil series and learn the fundamentals of soil biology!
Taught by the skilled Naomi LeBeau (Park Stewardship Restoration Specialist) and Christina Crooker (Park Stewardship Restoration Manager) this class will provide an introduction to the botanical terms commonly used in identifying plants with a taxonomic key.
Fort Miley, Lands End
The Park Stewardship team will lead a leisurely walk along the trails 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!