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Featured Videos

Connecting People & Parks: Yoseline Castillo
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During a childhood shuffling between shelters, Yoseline found “escape from unhealthy environments” in the outdoors, through a nonprofit called A Home Away From Homelessness.
Coho salmon release
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The Department of Fish and Wildlife, in collaboration with the National Marine Fisheries Service, National Park Service, State Parks and other entities, has embarked on a short-term rescue mission to prevent the extinction of Coho Salmon in Redwood Creek.
Mission Blue Butterfly
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The Mission blue butterfly is a federally endangered species that occurs in coastal grasslands from Marin through San Mateo Counties in central California. Watch the video to learn more about a project to bring populations at these sites to robust, self-sustaining levels.
Packing the Parks 2016
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An NPS Centennial Celebration

To celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service, 100 backpackers (70 of them Bay Area high schoolers) hiked across the Golden Gate National Parks on July 21–24, 2016.
Park Stewardship at The Parks Conservancy
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The Park Stewardship program engages a vibrant community of local stewards in the conservation of priority parklands throughout the Golden Gate National Parks.
Rep. Huffman at Muir Woods National Monument
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Rep. Jared Huffman, U.S. Congressman for California's 2nd District, at Muir Woods National Monument.
StoryWalk at Lands End and Presidio
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A StoryWalk is a creative way for children and their families to enjoy the park on a family-friendly, accessible trail while reading an adventure at the same time.
What Do the Golden Gate National Parks Give You?
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We asked park visitors—representing a range of ages and backgrounds—a simple question: What do the parks give you?
Taking in the sunset from Mt. Tam's East Peak
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Mount Tam experts meet to discuss change and the future of Mount Tam and it's stability.

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