Category Archives: Natural Areas Program

Glen Canyon Park Update

Well, it’s done. The grove of trees that graced the park’s Elk Road entrance is now a bunch of stumps and mulch. Here’s what it looked like when the cutting had just started, and what it looks like now. ………… … Continue reading

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Trail Work Begins in Glen Canyon Park

The trail work has begun in Glen Canyon Park. Here are some photographs:

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Speak Up: Rec & Park Glen Canyon Renovation Meeting – 7Jan 2013

[This article is also posted on SFForest.net] This is your chance to ask the tough questions about the Glen Canyon Park Renovation Project—poor community process, piecemeal tree removals, wasteful spending that squanders much of the $5.8 million, or anything else … Continue reading

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Glen Park Appeals Update

In view of the appeal to the Board of Supervisors (which we wrote about HERE), neighbor Anastasia Glikshtern has decided to withdraw her (separate) appeal to the Board of Appeals. (This would have been a re-hearing, and was scheduled for … Continue reading

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Glen Canyon Park: Another Appeal Submitted

Edited to Add: The appeal described below was ruled “untimely.” This left the possibility of legal action by the environmental group WiserParks (formerly known as ForestForestForever), which they decided not to pursue for practical reasons. Environmental group ForestForestForever has submitted … Continue reading

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Natural Area Program’s Pretty Propaganda – and Some Truth-Telling

This is republished from SFForest.net The Natural Areas Program’s response to its critics is a very pretty piece of propaganda: This Youtube Video. Please do watch it, it’s under five minutes of lovely images and soothing voice-over. … Only… it’s … Continue reading

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