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Community Youth Curator Cohort, 2021
Events
Thu, Oct 07 4:00pm-5:00pm
Online/Virtual
Parks belong to all of us – they’re where we gather to play, celebrate, and spend time with those we love. The free My Park Moment photo show features people from all backgrounds across the country loving their favorite parks and is up for one year as part of the opening of Presidio Tunnel Tops. Learn more about this new pop-up exhibition and recent construction progress for building this new parkland coming soon in spring 2022.
Volunteer Releasing Hawk
Events
Online/Virtual
The Golden Gate Raptor Observatory has an incredible legacy. They have kept a pulse on the state of Pacific Flyway raptors for four decades, and have also developed one of the most advanced Community Science operations in any national park. Come hear Allen Fish, associate director for Conservation & Community Science at the Parks Conservancy, talk about highlights of the GGRO’s discoveries on September 21st from 4-5pm. Then come up to Hawk Hill this month and see it for yourself in the Marin Headlands.
Image of the book Fatima’s Great Outdoors written by Ambreen Tariq
Events
Online/Virtual
Ramadan Eid is soon approaching, and our Muslim friends across the world will be celebrating Eid on Thursday, May 13th. While we can’t be together in the parks this year, we invite you for a small virtual gathering and celebration with a book reading of Fatima’s Great Outdoors written by Ambreen Tariq, founder of @BrownPeopleCamping. This is a family-friendly program and will be interactive, so come prepared to share your fabulous and fun camping stories!
Rendering of the renovated Crissy Field Center interior youth space at Presidio Tunnel Tops
Events
Online/Virtual
The Crissy Field Center is a dynamic hub of youth engagement for the Golden Gate National Parks, empowering new generations of youth participants who traditionally have had little-to-no access to national parks to become bold leaders. The renovated Center at the Presidio Tunnel Tops will be expanded to increase program capacity and include two new labs and classrooms.
A coyote stares into the camera while lounging in the Marin Headlands.
Events
Online/Virtual
Join field biologists Katie Smith of the National Park Service and David Harelson and Jonathan Young from the Presidio Trust for a fascinating look at the habits and habitats of the coyotes that live and migrate through our National Park sites.
Presidio Tunnel Tops Steps and View
Events
Online/Virtual
Join design expert Richard Kennedy from James Corner Field Operations for an afternoon conversation and overview about designing the Presidio Tunnel Tops. Hear about how the design was shaped by community input, the use of sustainable and natural materials, and the ecological diversity created with brand-new meadows and gardens.
Researcher wearing white gloves holds a bat delicately in hands
Events
Online/Virtual
Discover fun facts about the valuable contribution of our local bat species, their habitats and park research from Katie Smith, a biological monitor with the Parks Conservancy.
Chris Lehnertz Addressing a Crowd
Events
Online/Virtual
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.
Adapting to the Future Logo
Events
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.
Preserving History for the Future Logo
Events
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.