Green sweat bee (Agapostemon texanus) on flower
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.
Waxcaps by David Greenberger via iNaturalist
Discover the meaning and possibility of community science through the world of mushrooms and their enthusiasts.
youth using iNaturalist to identify a plant
“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.” - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Milagra Ridge Gate
Join Park Stewardship Program staff Yakuta Poonawalla and Jaclyn Lim to learn more about the habitat restoration work the National Park Service is doing to help save special habitats.
Great Meadow Park
Join Park Stewardship Program staff Yakuta Poonawalla, Jaclyn Lim, and Price Sheppy to learn more about biodiversity and why it matters!
Monarch butterfly
Join us for a webinar about the beautiful and threatened monarch butterfly.
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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.
juvenile coho salmon
Muir Beach parking lot
Join Marin Community Programs Manager, Price Sheppy, to learn more about habitat restoration happening at Muir Beach.
monarch on leaf
Mount Tamalpais: Mountain Top Trail
Join us virtually for “One Tam Time of Thanks,” to celebrate and give thanks for our beloved mountain.
Tipi on Alcatraz with Golden Gate Bridge in background
Alcatraz Visitor Center
the San Francisco Public Library and the National Park Service at Alcatraz Island will host a dialogue between Asha Nordwall and Benayshe-Ba-Equay Titus.