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Former Chief of Interpretation and Education for the National Park Service returns to the Parks Conservancy where she began her career in the parks
Philanthropy executive brings more than a decade of experience working at environmental nonprofits
14 Acres of Views, Trails, Picnic Sites, and Nature Play Spaces Coming to San Francisco’s National Park Site
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Executive Katherine Toy named first-ever Deputy Secretary for Access at the California Natural Resources Agency
Shane Douglas, General Manager of AllTrails and Board Member for Outdoor Afro and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, has been appointed to the National Park System Advisory Board by Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland. First authorized in 1935, the Board advises the Secretary and the Director of the National Park Service (NPS) on matters relating to the Service's work.
Mori Point in Pacifica is attracting hikers from around the Bay Area to see a hillside exploding with golden wildflowers.
If you want a spectacular wildflower experience in the Bay Area, you don’t have to travel far: Mori Point in Pacifica is exploding with golden blooms, with bonus views of the wild ocean beyond.
“We talked to 1,000 users of this beach about what they love about this place and what they do here,” said Claire Mooney, vp of park places and innovation at the Parks Conservancy, who coordinated years of community meetings and outreach to neighbors and stakeholders. “There have been so many incredible people involved, and it is such a great opportunity for this site."
A two-year project to rehabilitate the facilities at China Beach kicked off Thursday, May 4, at a ceremony overlooking the beach, Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge. The project will cost around $25 million, $10 million of which has been fundraised by the Parks Conservancy.