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Warning, Warning & Watermark Film Screening at David Brower Center Hosted by David Brower Center Saturday, October 1, 2–4 p.m. 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704 To celebrate the first annual Bay Day, enjoy a screening of  Watermark, a feature-length documentary by Edward Burtynsky that brings together diverse stories from around the globe about our relationship with water. The program will...
San Pablo Bay borders just a few square miles of Sonoma County, but its significance to locals is far greater than the area it covers. It is part of our identity — after all, don’t we in Sonoma County refer to ourselves as the North Bay? We rely on the Bay for recreation and the health of our economy. Its tidal wetlands sequester carbon, provide habitat for endangered and threatened species,...
We’re thrilled to have Facebook as the lead sponsor of the first-ever Bay Day — one day for the entire Bay Area to come together and celebrate the Bay. Facebook’s generous sponsorship is helping Save The Bay launch this amazing celebration at locations throughout the Bay Area. Their also hosting us at the Facebook Farmer’s Market on the company’s main campus. Stop by the Save...
The Bay is more than a stunning view — it’s alive, wild, and worth celebrating. The first-ever Bay Day celebration is fast approaching! To help you get ready for the big day I’ve created the 5 Ws of Bay Day! These 5Ws consist of where, why, when, who, and where. Basically, everything under the sun you’ll need to know in order to have an awesome Bay Day on Saturday, Oct. 1! What...
The first-ever Bay Day is indeed turning out to be much more than an ordinary Saturday in October. The extraordinary support we’ve seen for Bay Day has come from every corner of the Bay Area. This amazing expression of Bay pride would not have happened without the many Bay Area cities, community organizations, and small businesses that have all come together for San Francisco Bay. It now...
Bay Day is almost here! Museums, aquariums, parks, community organizations, and small businesses across the Bay Area will host special Bay-themed programs for residents to explore, enjoy, and learn more about our Bay on Saturday, Oct. 1. Whether you’re in San Francisco, the East Bay, South Bay, or North Bay, there’s something for everyone on Bay Day. Find the event that’s right for you at ...
Bay sailors, paddle boarders, and those crazy cold-water swimmers may disagree, but I think there’s no better way to experience the magic of San Francisco Bay than by kayak. Here are three great places to get out on the Bay in a kayak: City Kayak is right on the San Francisco waterfront. Sea Trek Kayak & SUP is located in Sausalito. California Canoe & Kayak has locations in...
If you love the Bay, you probably love The San Francisco Bay Trail. The Bay Trail is 350 miles of walking and cycling path around the entire San Francisco Bay running through all nine Bay Area counties, 47 cities, and across the region’s seven toll bridges. It connects communities to parks, open spaces, schools, transit and to each other, and also provides a great alternative commute corridor....
Pump your tires, grab your bike helmet, and zip over to one of three Bay Day cycling events hosted by our friends at the San Francisco Bike Coalition, Bike East Bay, and the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition on Saturday, Oct. 1. On Bay Day, thousands of Bay Area residents will unite in celebration of San Francisco Bay in their own unique ways. If experiencing the Bay on two wheels is more of your...
The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is offering three family-friendly programs and activities free of charge on Saturday, Oct. 1 in honor of Bay Day.   The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is gearing up for Bay Day in a major way on Saturday, Oct. 1 with three major events that are free of charge to the Bay Area community. Named after former Rep...

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"A team of colleagues from Juniper Networks joined you all at San Francisquito Creek in late December, and even though it was a wet and chilly day, we had a great time planting seedlings. It was great to see how much my colleagues and friends loved participating, and just about everyone is clamoring for another volunteer stint in the spring. Thanks Save the Bay!" --Carolyn

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