Litterbugs At San Francisco Dolores Park Could Face Higher FinesLegislation introduced by Supervisor Jeff Sheehy would increase the fines for littering and dumping in the park from $192 to $1,000
Trump Order May Open California's Giant Sequoia Nat'l Monument To DevelopmentEnvironmentalist and outdoor recreation companies oppose President Donald Trump's new executive order that threatens national monuments.
Palo Alto To Rebuild Broken Nature Boardwalk, Carefully And Very SlowlyThe City of Palo Alto is all but certain to approve a $1.5 million renovation of a popular bay nature walk next week. But that doesn't mean it will be finished anytime soon.
High-Tech Binoculars On Marin County Trail Simulate Bay Vistas After Decades Of Global WarmingSophisticated software-enhanced binoculars installed on the Marin County shoreline will let viewers envision the San Pablo Bay after decades of global warming and rising sea levels.
Golden Gate Park Community Garden Adds Resource Center To Help Gardeners Grow Their SkillsThis month, the city opened its first resource center for gardeners at the community garden in Golden Gate Park. It's a one-stop shop for city folks who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty.
Snow Allows More Sierra Ski Resorts To Open FullyA string of storms has allowed some ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada to finally open all of their terrain, but others still need more snow before they can swing into full operation after an unusually dry winter.
Devils Slide Trail Project On Schedule To Open Next SpringIn just a few months, the notorious Devils Slide on the San Mateo County coast, will become the newest glittering jewel in the Peninsula county's park system.
Anglers Delight: Fish & Game Releasing Trout In Bay Area LakesThe DFG announced it would release more than 30,000 pounds of rainbow trout in Bay Area lakes during the month of December.
Many California State Parks Remain Slated For ClosureEven with fundraising efforts saving dozens of state parks, several are still slated for closure come July 1.