KQED Quest: Science, Environment & Nature in Northern Calfornia20 guides
QUEST includes a half-hour weekly HD television program, weekly radio segments, an innovative website and unique education guides. QUEST's geographic coverage spans from Mendocino to Monterey and from Sacramento to Santa Clara, and focuses on nine content areas: astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, environment, geology, health, physics and weather.
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Alum Rock Park, created in 1872 as the first municipal park in California, offers ancient rocks & new geologic changes.
In the middle of San Francisco Bay sits Angel Island State Park, with spectacular views of the San Francisco skyline.
The water flowing past Big Break Regional Shoreline via the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers drains 1/2 of California.
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park stands as a reminder of the natural flora and fauna of the area before the vineyards arose.
Just a 10-minute drive from Berkeley, Briones Regional Park is a 6,117 acre park in Contra Costa County.
Crissy Field's 100 acres of wild, windswept shoreline are a favorite place for recreation and enjoying wildlife.
The nation's first urban National Wildlife Refuge is a jewel on the San Francisco Bay.
Elkhorn Slough is a jewel on California’s coast and one of the 25 most significant biodiversity hotspots in the world.
While off limits to the public, the Farallon Islands are centered in one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world.
Although this trail is not open for walk-in use by the general public, volunteer trail leaders head trips 3x a week.
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