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GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
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Feds Surrender In Tooth-And-Nail Fight To Leash Dogs In Bay Area's Open Space
LIfe's a beach — unleashed.
San Francisco -- A City in a Park
Freelance travel writer in Denver
Most cities have parks inside them. But San Francisco is a city inside a park. And an 80,000-acre national park at that. Along the coast, in the bay, on the other side of the bay, and even right through the heart of the city, San Francisco is surrounded.
Two Suspected Vandals Rescued From Cliff, Arrested At California Park
For City Parks, 2014 Was the Year That Was (Great)!
Senior Vice President and Director of City Park Development, T...
Well, 2014 was certainly the "Year That Was" for parks and open space, with many cities finding places to build new parks by creatively reusing abandoned or underperforming infrastructure as parks, and with record levels of new public and private investment in some states and cities.
What's the Big Idea? Debating the Future of a Great Urban Park
Charles A. Birnbaum
President & CEO, The Cultural Landscape Foundation
The current, rather frothy debate about proposed development at Crissy Field in the Presidio at San Francisco's Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which arguably ranks in significance with New York's Central Park and Washington, DC's National Mall, deserves more national attention.
Dog Regulations: A Canine Opines or Barking up the Wrong Beach?
Health care ethicist, epidemiologist, and environmentalist
I have been asked to express some thoughts about proposed changes -- meaning, more restrictions -- to dog policy in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA). I cannot speak for my estimated 100,000 fellow canines in the city, but will try.
A Modest Proposal to Restore Constitutional Government
Former executive director and chairman, Sierra Club
While the Tea Party may display the Constitution at their rallies, their movement and their current strategy in Congress are at their heart fundamentally anti-Constitutionalist and anti-Madisonian.
Connecting Everyone to Our National Parks
President and CEO, National Park Foundation
Although our national parks are increasingly accessible -- more than 70 are in urban areas and most are within 100 miles of a city -- the parks have struggled to engage growing urban and multicultural populations.
They Did Not Pave Paradise... and We're So Thankful!
The Nature Conservancy in California
Protecting nature. Preserving life.
We're thankful for three remarkable locations that were destined for the bulldozer but were saved from a future under asphalt: the Marin Headlands, the Ramona Grasslands and the Santa Rosa Plateau.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area Celebrates Huge Milestone
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Controversial Golf Course Moves One Step Closer To Shutting Down
Too Many Puppies? SF Cracks Down On Dog Walkers
No Dogs On The Beach?
Saving The Bay (It's The Ecology, Stupid!)
San Francisco-based arts critic
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