Field Trip List

Our conference will offer opportunities to see many of the city’s iconic sites: the Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Golden Gate Park, cable car runs, and more. Conference attendees can explore the city on their own or sign up for a field trip, led by local experts and environmental history scholars who have researched these sites. Anyone who registers for the conference can sign up for a field trip (the online registration form will be available in November 2013 on this website). A list appears below.

Friday afternoon, March 14

1. San Francisco Walking Tour - free/no fee FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED
2. Muir Woods National Monument/Redwoods (across Golden Gate Bridge) - $25 FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED
3. Birding Trip (across the Golden Gate Bridge and up the coast along Highway 1) - $25 FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED
4. SF Bay Boat Tour with "Save the Bay" - $50
5. Toxic Tour of Bayview-Hunters Point: Past and Future (southeastern San Francisco) - $25
6. Año Nuevo Trip: Ohlone history and elephant seal conservation (down the coast along Highway 1) - $25 FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED
7. Fire History Trip (hills above Oakland) - $25 FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED
8. Renewable Energy and Conservation in the San Francisco Bay Area - free/no fee

Sunday, March 16

Post-conference trip to Point Reyes National Seashore - $50 FILLED; TOUR NOW CLOSED

Post-conference trip to Preston Vineyards: Sustainable Winery Tour - $50