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Connecting People & Parks: Veterans Find Peace & Purpose
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Along with the Parks Conservancy and National Park Service, Mark Smith developed a program for veterans to enjoy the best of the parks — and explore paths to the future.
Alcatraz
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Former inmate William G. Baker, whose book "Alcatraz #1259" is one of the top sellers on the island, shares tales from inside the cell.
Linking Individuals to their Natural Communities is a summer program for high school students by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
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Linking Individuals to their Natural Communities is a summer program for high school students by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
Dancing at NightHowl 2017
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On Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m., dance the night away with your crew on the always Instagram-worthy Crissy Field, overlooking the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
Crissy Field promo video
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Introducing Crissy Field Next! Join us as we embark on the next chapter of Crissy Field as we aim to improve ways for people to gather, create, and play in this magnificent bay-side park.
Franciscan Manzanita
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The Parks Conservancy sponsors the Presidio Native Plant Nursery Manzanita Project that works to cultivate Franciscan Manzanitas, a plant once thought to be extinct in the wild.
100 Years of Arts in the Parks: In These Parks
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Written and performed by spoken word poet Trey Amos, "In These Parks" expresses both the joy and meaning that can be found in the almost limitless range of experiences to be found national parks.
100 Years of Arts in the Parks: The Youth Experience
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A group of young people explore the environmental art of Andy Goldsworthy and learn how to express their own national park experience through the art of photography.
100 Years of Arts in the Parks: 21st Century Parks
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"100 Years of Arts in the Parks” celebrates how artists inspired the creation of the national parks and are helping to re-imagine the parks today.

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