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Researcher wearing white gloves holds a bat delicately in hands
Events
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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.
Red Legged Frog Monitoring
Stewardship
Online/Virtual
Join us and learn about the common and uncommon frogs you will see in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Western Pond Turtle Release
Stewardship
Online/Virtual
Learn about what makes the threatened western pond turtle so special and hear about the reintroduction of these turtles back into the Golden Gate Recreation Area.
Joy of the Parks
Stewardship
Online/Virtual
We invite you to an inspiring panel of San Francisco women working to create a beloved community, listening deeply to meet their community needs and advocating for access and equity in park spaces and nature.
SFPL Herstory Cover Photo
Our Work
Online/Virtual
National Park Ranger Lara Volski provides a look at different women who have played a role in the history, stewardship and preservation of the seaswept bluffs and coastal prairies just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Listen in to learn more about the historic role of women within Coast Miwok villages, blustery light stations, WW2 and Cold War military defense systems and the creation of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
SFPL Herstory Cover Photo
Our Work
Online/Virtual
Meet the women behind the construction of the new Presidio Tunnel Tops project in this live panel facilitated by a Crissy Field Center youth leader. Learn about the Presidio Tunnel Tops project and hear about the all-women project management team’s journeys to careers building parks.
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.
Restoration Interns Pausing For A Pose
Stewardship
Online/Virtual
Join Park Stewardship Program staff Yakuta Poonawalla, Jaclyn Lim, and Price Sheppy as they lead an interactive panel of former interns in a discussion about what it's like to be a person of color in the environmental field.
Waxcaps by David Greenberger via iNaturalist
Event
Always wanted to know more about the amazing-looking fungi you see emerging each winter? This event is for you!
Green sweat bee (Agapostemon texanus) on flower
Event
Learn about bird and bee populations on Mt. Tam and the important monitoring work happening in the One Tam region from the scientists who study them.