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Thank you for giving us so much to be grateful for

Thank you.  Thank you for giving our team so much to be grateful for.  Thank you for continually supporting …

King Tides are Coming to a California Shore Near You

Strong King tides are coming to a coast near you! King tides are stronger than normal tides at the …

Partnering and Learning from Tribes to Integrate Traditional Ecological Knowledge

How can we partner with tribes to integrate traditional ecological knowledge in conservation and land management? That was the question addressed by …

Footprints: Honoring California’s Indigenous Heritage and Impact

“Footprints” is a Parks California blog series highlighting the contributions of people and communities in state parks. Revisit our …

Footprints: Uplifting the Impact of Hispanic and Latinx Communities on California State Parks

“Footprints” is a Parks California blog series aimed to highlight the contributions of people and communities on state parks. …
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A Perfect Marriage

Do you know what it is like to be out in nature when you are missing one of your …
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Kids and California State Parks – Programs and Opportunities for Everyone!

As we venture outside to enjoy the long sunny days, we all have the responsibility to be intentional and …
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In Search of that First Internship

Nina Omomo was in her final semester at San Francisco State University as the world locked down into the pandemic. After six years …
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Promoting Public Transportation to LA State Historic Park

By Catherine Bubser and Michael Gatheru Bubser studies environmental science with a concentration in environmental systems and society at …

Protecting California’s Coast from Sea Level Rise

California’s iconic coastline is world-renowned for its rich tapestry of dunes, sandy beaches, coastal bluff, and tidepools – a wonderfully diverse …