Join a Presidio Park Ranger and Presidio Trust guide on this gentle four-mile bike ride.
We have an exciting new wildlife study focused on the pollinators of Mt Tam. Join MMWD and SF State researchers to collect, clean and pin bees for the Bee Pollinator Inventory Project.
A family-friendly bike trip around Crissy Field and the Presidio Main Post!
Watch a spectacular Pacific sunset while listening for our local coyotes greeting a rising full moon! Reservations required; 415-331-1540.
Sun, Apr 21 9:30am-11:30am
Sun, May 19 9:30am-11:30am
Sun, Jun 16 9:30am-11:30am
Rodeo Beach/Fort Cronkhite parking lot
Explore the shores of Rodeo Lagoon and enjoy local birds with docent Jane Haley! Reservation required, please call (415) 331-1540.
In this informative and entertaining account, Williams investigates cutting-edge research as she travels to frafrant cypress forests in Korea to meet the rangers who administer "forest healing programs", to the green hills of Scotland and its "ecotherapeutic" approach to caring for the mentally ill, to a river trip in Idaho with Iraqi vets suffering from PTSD, to the West Virginia mountains where she discovers how being outside helps children with ADHD.
Experience first-hand the momentous era of the American Civil War from live re-enactors, through infantry and artillery demonstrations, medicine in the 1800's, music, Victorian dance, and exhibits displaying the lives of men, women, and children of days past.
This follow-up to the 2016 Mt. Tam Science Summit will feature an afternoon focused on the mountain‰ЫЄs wildlife. We‰ЫЄll share results from the Wildlife Picture Index Project‰ЫЄs first three years‰ЫЄ of data collection, as well as updates on other wildlife studies (such as bats and pollinators) coming out of last years‰ЫЄ Health of Mt. Tam report.
Come learn how to become a community scientist and monitor the changes in the Mt. Tam herpetofauna community.
This workshop on ocean acidification is an opportunity for educators to receive the most up-to-date information directly from researchers and for scientists to practice best communication skills that can aid future educational collaborations. This is the first workshop of the BayCLIC Local Climate Science & Education Series at Fort Mason, San Francisco. The series brings the Bay Area‰ЫЄs science and education communities together to explore local climate research, program-specific applications, and place-based solutions. Formal and informal educators are welcome!