Tag: "California state parks"
Arrow Gobies, Ghost Shrimp and Bubble Snails: Teachers Explore the Unique Biodiversity of San Francisco Bay
Dedicated teachers spend a week of their summer vacation delving into science, climate change, and San Francisco Bay ecology.
Thanks to a novel partnership between California State Parks and the Sonoma County-based nonprofit LandPaths, nearly 3,400 acres of open space filled with old-growth redwood, Douglas fir and majestic oaks in the Willow Creek watershed of the Russian River are open to visitors for the price of an hour-long orientation.
Henry Coe State Park won't be experiencing any part-time closures, but it will reduce trash and restroom service and has shuttered a new visitor center off the Pacheco Pass. So you want to reserve that primo camping spot at your favorite California State Park? You might just have to take your chances. Most state parks [...]
Post on Oct 30, 2009 by Andrea Kissack