Creating an Iconic National Park in San Francisco: The Women Building the Presidio Tunnel Tops

Women have long been instrumental to the Bay Area’s green spaces. There was Caroline Sealy Livermore and Sepha Evers, the women behind the Marin Conservation League, who were responsible for saving Angel Island in the 1930s. In the 1970s, Amy Meyer fought for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which today includes many of Marin’s wild areas, and most […]

Going Wild at America’s National Parks

We’re in a traffic jam. This is not your typical Friday afternoon slowdown on the Kennedy, though—this is traffic Wyoming-style. A herd of bison has taken over our two-lane road through Yellowstone. Wildlife has the right-of-way here, so we’re going nowhere. Looking to escape suburbia and head into the wilderness on your next vacation? Follow […]