Nature Boost Friday: The Power of Place through an Indigenous Lens

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Fri, Jul 2, 2021 11:00am-12:00pm
Low clouds cloak the Marin Headlands

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.

Nature Boost Fridays are part of Summer Stride, a partnership of the San Francisco Public Library, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and National Park Service that helps you have reading adventures in the national parks in San Francisco.

Nature Boost Fridays happen at 11 a.m. every week. Tune in to meet national park rangers and experts, learn more about local plants and animals, and “nature bathe” with immersive park photos and videos. Stream new videos every Friday, live on SFPL's YouTube channel.

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