San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
BAY AREA WILD:
Celebrating Bay Nature & the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act
Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club
"Wilderness at 50: Keeping It Real, Relevant, and Wild in 2014"
*The Bay Nature Local Hero Awards*
|CONSERVATION ACTION||ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION||YOUTH ENGAGEMENT|
Youth Programs Assistant
John Muir National Historic Site
Silent Auction | Hors d'oeuvres Reception | Hosted Bar | Full-course Dinner
$125 per person
Proceeds support Bay Nature Institute's work connecting people to Bay Area nature.
Thanks to our sponsors
Carol Baird & Alan Harper | Christopher & Kathryn Dann | Will & Julie Parish | John & Frances Raeside | Sara Sanderson & Eric Weaver | Greg Sarris | Steve & Monie TenBroeck | Bart & Nancy Westcott
Clif Bar Family Foundation | Friends of Alhambra Creek | Fund for Ecology and Culture | Google | Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District | San Francisco Public Utilities Commission | Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP | Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District | Sonoma County Water Agency | Union Bank
Commerce Printing | Hafner Vineyard | Preston Farm & Vineyards
Honorary Event Committee
Keith Carson (Alameda County Board of Supervisors) | Ellie Cohen (Point Blue Conservation Science) | Nancy Dobbs (KRCB North Bay Public Media) | Robert E. Doyle (East Bay Regional Park District) | Jenn Fox (Bay Area Open Space Council) | Jared Huffman (US Congress, California 2nd District) | Greg Sarris (Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria) | Sam Schuchat (Coastal Conservancy) | Nancy Skinner (California State Assembly, 15th district) | Mike Sweeney (The Nature Conservancy) | Lisa Wayne (Natural Areas Program, San Francisco Recreation and Park Dept.)
For information on sponsorship, go to http://baynature.org/dinnersponsorship/
When & Where
Bay Nature Institute
The Bay Nature Institute, based in Berkeley, California, is dedicated to educating the people of the San Francisco Bay Area about, and celebrating the beauty of, the surrounding natural world. We do so with the aim of inspiring residents to explore and preserve the diverse and unique natural heritage of the region, and of nurturing productive relationships among the many organizations and individuals working towards these same goals. Bay Nature's programs include:
1. Bay Nature magazine, a full-color quarterly publication launched in January 2001 that explores the landscapes and wildlife of the Bay Area, and highlights the people and organizations that are working to understand them, protect them, and educate others about them. You can subscribe to Bay Nature online; back issues may also be purchased online.
2. Bay Nature Hikes & Events consists of free naturalist-led hikes and outings to places featured in the magazine, as well as occasional community events.
3. Bay Nature on the Air is a series of short video spots that run in between regularly-scheduled programs on Northern California public television stations. The 2-1/2 minute shorts showcase the natural diversity of Northern California and highlight the efforts of organizations and individuals who work on its behalf.
4. BayNature.org is an online gateway to experiences in the natural world of the San Francisco Bay Area, providing access to all Bay Nature content, searchable by topic or location.