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Media contact: Carolyn Jones 
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Email: cjones@ebparks.org

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California Native Plant Sale April 18, 2015 at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden

The Regional Parks Botanic Garden spring plant sale is a rare opportunity to select from an unmatched diversity of California native plants.
Temporary Closure of Coyote Hills

Park will be closed March 26 for mosquito treatment
New Name for Willow Park Golf Course

Board votes to change the name of popular Castro Valley course
Poll shows overwhelming support for park bond

Recent Field poll shows voters overwhelmingly support proposed bond for state park funding.
Programs Connecting Kids to Parks Expand to National Spotlight

President announces all fourth graders and their families will get free admission to National Parks and other federal lands.
Castle Rock Area In Mount Diablo State Park to Close for Falcon Nesting Season

Starting February 1, through July 31, 2015, the “Castle Rock” area of Mount Diablo State Park will be closed to all visitors. This area is accessed mostly by Stage Road Trail which is in Diablo Foothills and Castle Rock Recreation area of EBRPD.
Changing of the Guard at the Park District

District Board of Directors welcomed two new board members.
Free Third Fridays at East Bay Regional Park District

The Free 3rd Fridays program is no longer operating at any of the Regional Parks.
Keep the Dream Alive at the 23rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Rally

The 23rd Annual Multicultural Rally in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be held on Monday, January 19 at the ILWU Union Hall in Oakland.
East Bay Regional Park District Dismisses Lawsuit against the City of Alameda

The Park District dismisses lawsuit against the City of Alameda challenging residential zoning of federally-owned property at Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach.