Hispanic and Latinx Heritage

NPS Ranger Erick Cortes stands in front of the Golden Gate Bridge at Fort Point Historic Site.
Park E-Ventures Article
NPS Ranger Erick Cortes wants to expand the narrative around what is historical at Fort Point National Historic Site and he wants you to come visit and learn.
"La Caminita", Spanish translated title for the book "The Hike" by Alison Farrell
Our Work
Lea con sus guardaparques, Mariajosé y Fatima e imaginémonos en la belleza del bosque con este cuento, leido en español. Después, quédense para aprender como visitar el parque Presidio con su familia.
Title slide for Juana's Jardin: Unbe-LEAF-able Plants & Let's Make Tortillas with Ranger Fatima Colindres
Our Work
On Friday July 10th 2020, we joined Ranger Fatima Colindres in her kitchen and garden as she remembers Juana Briones, a local 19th century curandera.
Park Ranger Giessell Aguilar at Muir Woods.
Ranger Giessell is doing fascinating work uncovering untold stories at Muir Woods, and using her own history to connect with the wide range of visitors to the redwoods.
Park Ranger in front of Golden Gate Bridge
Our Work
Ranger Fatima tries to bring as many different people to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area as she can, because it’s where she became inspired to be a park ranger. The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy helps by facilitating community shuttles for groups to journey to the parks.
Park E-Ventures Article
In 1806, Maria de la Concepcion and Nikolai Petrovich Rezanov fell in love at the Spanish Presidio of San Francisco—despite their differences in culture, language, and religion. And then, the only thing that stood between them and wedded bliss was the vast frozen expanse of Siberia.