The Bay Area Open Space Council is a network of 65 nonprofits and public agencies that serve tens of millions of people each year; maintain thousands of miles of trails; produce delicious food; and steward over 1 million acres of publicly accessible parks.
For the health of the land, water, and people, the the Bay Area Open Space Council foster an interconnected system of healthy communities with parks, trails, agricultural lands, and natural areas throughout the region.
The Bay Area’s two million acres of thriving parks, trails, agricultural lands and natural areas sustain the quality of life and provide natural beauty, diverse habitats, native flora and fauna, affordable healthy food and clean air and water.
Every Bay Area neighborhood is within walking distance of a park, trail or natural area, and most Bay Area parks are reachable by public transit.
Sustainable funding exists to acquire and maintain important lands and provide healthy habitats, recreation and educational opportunities.
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