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The Bay Leaf Editors
May 2014 Bay Leaf
Membership Meeting Features a beautiful documentary film showing how the efforts of grassroots activists led to the creation of Point Reyes National Seashore and Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Saving Knowland Park Saving natural treasures from an ill-advised expansion of the Oakland Zoo. What you can do to help.
Serpentine Prairie Walk A restored serpentine prairie in Redwood Regional Park is a place for an easy hike to enjoy spring flowers.
Volunteer Profile: Janice Bray A well-deserved tribute to a dedicated volunteer at Native Here Nursery.
Native Here Nursery News about the favorite nursery of a lot of people who love our local flora and fauna.
Restoration Practice environmental stewardship in congenial company.
Field Trips These fabulous Bay Area hikes are led by experts, but you don’t have to be an expert to participate.
Conservation Analyst Report Our Chapter Conservation Analyst reports on the issues in which he is involved on behalf of the members.
Point Isabel Restoration Jane and Tom Kelly report on the activities of a crew dedicated to restoring Point Isabel in Richmond. It’s a family-friendly undertaking, and children and pets are welcome.
Sudden Oak Death Bioblitz How you can help to track Sudden Oak Death, the pathogen that is attacking our beautiful coast live oaks.
East Bay Chapter Directory Contact information for Chapter officers, committee chairs, and associated volunteers.