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Breuner Marsh Groundbreaking Ceremony held April 22, 2014 in Richmond, CA

The East Bay Regional Park District and officials from federal, state and local government celebrated the upcoming restoration of Breuner Marsh, part of the Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, on April 22.
Anthony Chabot Bald Eagles in Nest

A bald eagle pair has returned to their nest in a restricted area of Anthony Chabot Regional Park. Look – but please do not disturb!
Chevron U.S.A., Inc. Donates Easement to Park District at Point Molate in Richmond

San Francisco Bay Trail to extend to Point Molate Beach Park in future.
Regional Parks Foundation Helps Restore WPA Era Waterfall

The District celebrated the restoration of the Temescal Waterfall on March 28, 2014 at Temescal Regional Park. The Regional Parks Foundation assisted with the repair of the WPA-era water feature.
Chevron U.S.A., Inc. Donates Easement to Extend San Francisco Bay Trail Providing Access to Point Molate Beach Park

On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 10:30 a.m., Chevron U.S.A., Inc. will announce their effort to help extend the San Francisco Bay Trail at Point Molate, adjacent to the scenic shoreline in Richmond.
Park District Receives Award from California Park and Recreation Society

EBRPD received an Award of Excellence from the California Park and Recreation Society (CPRS) for the Healthy Parks Healthy People Festival.
Park District Adds 79 Acres for Brushy Peak Regional Preserve

Murray Township Purchase Funded by Grants
Free Third Fridays at East Bay Regional Park District

Celebrating 80 Years Connecting Parks to People
Ohlone Curriculum Available 
for East Bay Elementary Schools

The East Bay Regional Park District is pleased to introduce a newly published third-grade curriculum about local tribal peoples past to present.
Regional Parks Garden Sale Offers Native & Drought Tolerant Plants

The Regional Parks Botanic Garden spring plant sale April 19 is a rare opportunity to purchase California native plants including trees, shrubs, groundcovers, perennials, grasses, bulbs, ferns, and annuals, as well as native plant seeds.