San Francisco has 32 pockets of undeveloped land set aside for the preservation of the natural world. These pockets hold the last remnants of wildness once found across the lands where we now live, but do we have room in our parks and our hearts for nature in this city? Please join Brent Plater, executive […]
*Sunday, Feb. 28, 9:00am – 11:00am:* Join the Wild Equity Institute for a leisurely walk along Ocean Beach to search for the threatened Western Snowy Plover. We'll be meeting at 9 am in order to coincide with low tide—this should give us the best chance of spotting the Plover as well as other shorebirds. The […]
*Saturday, March 5, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm:* Although there are over 100 species and subspecies of manzanita, until 2009, it was thought that San Francisco's own manzanita, the Franciscan Manzanita, had gone extinct. The Franciscan manzanita is a subtly charming flowering shrub found nowhere else on Earth. Its tragic history is filled with heroic […]
UPDATED: Thursday, December 15, 1pm, San Francisco City Hall Room 400: Join us at a San Francisco Planning Commission and Recreation and Park Commission joint meeting where the commissioners will vote on a taxpayer funded bailout of the money-losing, endangered species-killing Sharp Park Golf Course. This meeting will likely be a long one: we need […]
As you know, Rose Braz passed away on May 3rd, more than three years after she had been diagnosed with brain cancer. We hope you will join us to celebrate Rose's remarkable life on July 30. There will be 2:30 pm program with reception to follow. Doors open at 2:00 pm.