This International Women’s Day we’re celebrating the women of Greenbelt Alliance. From our founder Dorothy Erskine to the hard working staff and board members that serve our organization today, they’ve had an incalculable impact on our success.
Today, as both an outings leader and board member for Greenbelt Alliance, he introduces Bay Area residents to the dynamic communities of Berkeley, the East Bay’s stunning parks and open spaces, and the joys of seeing the world on foot. Since 1989, Bob has been helping us spread the word about the unique wonders of his chosen home.
The Evers family have been working for nearly 85 years to ensure growth happens in a way that preserves the landscapes that make the Bay Area special. Their work has helped shape our region into a place where both natural lands and urbanization can thrive.
Bay Area Innovation Leader Richard Fisher uses his expertise in biomimicry and passion for sustainable cities to bring new energy to the City of Vallejo.
Bud Johns is best known to Greenbelt Alliance for his 24 years on the Board and his dedication to create an endowment that provides financial stability.
Sue Serrone leads Livable Sunnyvale, a coalition of individuals and organizations that work together to create a more vibrant, inclusive, and people-friendly Sunnyvale. Read her story here.
An inspiring story by local advocate Evan Gorman on his fight to stop the Sand Creek Focus Area plan of sprawl development in his hometown, Antioch, CA.
Linda Jo Fitz and Megan Medeiros, two women who have been steadfast supporters and partners of Greenbelt Alliance will be honored at our annual Savor The Greenbelt fundraiser on October 3, 2017, with the Greenbelt Alliance Champion Award.
Join Andy and Sara Barnes in securing the future of the Bay Area by naming Greenbelt Alliance in your will or trust. Learn more about planned giving.
Greenbelt Alliance’s signature At Risk is the definitive research on the Bay Area’s farms, ranches, and natural areas at risk of being lost forever to sprawl development. In an effort to bring these lands to the public view, we have real life stories told by the dedicated local residents who fight to keep them free from sprawl.