National parks

Some say limiting dog access in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area may reduce diversity within the parks, but all sides in the debate must be considered — including parkgoers who wish to enjoy the outdoors without dogs. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/2011 AP)

GGNRA dog plan enhances diversity

For more than 20 years, I have been working on efforts across…

 

Water bottle ban is wrong approach

? “Despite years of talk, San Francisco still mulling ban on plastic…

 

Yosemite: Fewer people should climb Half Dome

Yosemite National Park officials say lowering the number of permits to Half…

 

Renewable energy projects may soon provide power

Southern California Edison says the utility has resolved many of the issues…

Want to make the Presidio a destination? Move along

Most people would agree that some things in life are worth saving.…

Series of national park projects set to be discussed at public hearing on Tuesday

Improvements to the energy infrastructure at Alcatraz, upgrades to trails and roads…

Letters from our Readers: Volunteers help keep national parks pristine

I joined thousands of Americans across the country in celebrating the 16th…