What makes the Bay Area great

The Bay Area Open Space Council is a unique network of 65 nonprofits and public agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area that serve tens of millions of people each year; maintain thousands of miles of trails; produce delicious food; and steward over 1 million acres of publicly accessible parks.

Our annual Open Space Conference will be held May 19 in Richmond, CA. This year's theme is "Act Locally, Think Regionally, Lead Nationally". Join us as we lift up our heads from the day-to-day to focus on the big picture and build our individual capacity to address regional, if not global, problems.

Learn more about the conference on May 19

From the blog

Members include:

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Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) East Bay Regional Park District San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Sempervirens Fund The Nature Conservancy

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