Are you looking to expand your network, gain inspiration or gather knowledge from the field? Here's my latest roundup of events and resources for professionals and activists working at the [...]
In this winter edition of "news and notes" I feature the launch of my new website, a profile of San Francisco Botanical Garden Society and the latest from Women's Environmental Network, including [...]
As I look back on the highlights for 2016, books and their authors catalyzed many of my most memorable experiences. I am an avid reader of books about wildlife, conservation and the environment. [...]
In today’s world there is an urgent need for new ideas and fresh perspectives to spur positive social change and to protect the planet.
In late October, journalists, social sector leaders and communications pros from around the world gathered in San Diego, California, to share insights and ideas for using the power of [...]
Last year in February I wrote a story for BayNature.org on a significant but little known historical site tucked away in the rolling hills above the Russian River Valley in what is now Austin [...]
Museums are undergoing reinvention to become participatory, family-friendly and more open to a diversity of people and perspectives. The Oakland Museum of California reopens its Gallery of [...]
Three organizations are looking at ways to create a sustainable future for a place called Pond Farm, where Marguerite Wildenhain and a community of artists made history.
After six months of fundraising, the nonprofit Friends of China Camp raised $250,000, enough money to take over operations of the cultural and historical landmark along the northwest shores of [...]