Park Partner Event

On an introductory park tour for new staff, the sky offered this most glorious welcome at Point Bonita
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Fri, Jun 25 11:00am-12:00pm
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Join staff from the National Park Service and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy to understand the complex connection between the LGBTQ community and the military in the Bay Area. From a population boom to discriminatory practices, the military had a lasting impact on the growth of the LGBTQ+ community in the region.
Low clouds cloak the Marin Headlands
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Fri, Jul 02 11:00am-12:00pm
Online/Virtual
Golden Gate National Recreation Area sits on Coastal Miwok and Ramaytush Ohlone ancestral land. Ranger Socorro and Ranger Alanna discuss how connections to this land have shaped Indigenous societies for thousands of years. Listen in to uncover the Indigenous narratives of the places where we recreate today.
Coyote in the Marin Headlands
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Fri, Jun 18 11:00am-12:00pm
Online/Virtual
Join David Harelson, Presidio Trust Wildlife Technician, and Mike Sun, Community Engagement Specialist, to learn about coyotes, safety, and how humans and coyotes can coexist in an urban national park called the Presidio.
S'mores
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Online/Virtual
Are you missing the feeling of gathering with friends and telling stories? Join NPS rangers Mariajosé and Fatima in their live virtual campfire circle with our partners at San Francisco Public Library.
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Online/Virtual
Adapting to sea level rise in Marin: learn about the Draft Adaptation Concepts for enhancing the Bothin Marsh Open Space Preserve’s tidal marsh and elevating the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multi-Use Pathway.
Foothill yellow-legged frog. Credit: Ian Austin
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If you enjoy exploring nature in Marin, you’ll want to know all about this special species of frogs that need our help.
Monarch butterfly
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If you are curious about the world around you and want to connect with others, consider joining the fun on iNaturalist in preparation for City Nature Challenge 2021 (April 30- May 9).
Waxcaps by David Greenberger via iNaturalist
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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
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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.
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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.