Beauty’s in the eye of the beholder.
Yep, just started this post with a cliche. Forgive me, or don’t.
For instance, I’ll be hiking Mt. Sutro with a friend, who will say, “Oh, this [...]
The 75,500 acres of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area provide refuge for over 38 rare species, dozens of plant communities, and a shit ton of fennel. Santa Cruz Island, the biggest and second-closest to the mainland of the five northern Channel Islands, is a gem of fragile, unique biodiversity, a rock in the [...]
The Rocky Mountain Climate Organization and Natural Resources Defense Council released a 34-page report last week detailing
how rising temperatures from climate change will affect ten of California’s national parks. You can download it from RMCO’s site here, and though the findings are far from cool (hardy har har….), among them: