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Greg Moore
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The San Francisco Foundation 2013 Community Leadership Awards presents Greg Moore with the Robert C. Kirkwood Award, made to an individual in recognition of outstanding community service, commitment, and inspired leadership.
Parks Conservancy Member Betty Ervin
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Video profile of Betty Ervin, a member of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
CAP Leadership Training Introduction
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This video is an introduction to the Camping at the Presidio Leadership Training, aka CAPLT, a 30-hour, overnight leadership training program.
NightHowl 2018
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Ahwoooo! Thank you to everyone who came to dance and support the Golden Gate National Parks! It truly was a night to remember.
Crissy Field
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Within the Presidio, Crissy Field has been the site of many stories over thousands of years. Check out our latest video for a glimpse into these stories and how you can be involved in creating the next one.
Connecting People & Parks: Youth Leaders & Parks Conservancy Trustee
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Sarah Hoang, Anthony Rodriguez, and Tatyana Chapman are high school students who have all grown into leaders through their experiences in the parks.
Parks Conservancy Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018
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The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy would not be where it is today without our volunteers. In 2017-2018 we had 27,000 volunteers contribute to stewarding the 38 park sites across the Golden Gate National Parks.
Give Back Kick Back 2018
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Volunteers had a great time giving back in the morning and kicking back "island style" at Fort Miley in the afternoon.
Schoolchildren visiting Hawk Hill
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Tom Meyer sought to start an education program to honor his late wife, an avid Golden Gate Raptor Observatory volunteer. But for many of the schoolchildren visiting Hawk Hill, the lessons hold a much deeper, and more personal, meaning.

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