“Introducing Mount Diablo” New Podcast Features the East Bay’s Highest Peak CONTRA COSTA COUNTY – Why is Mount Diablo so central to California’s natural and human history? Discover the lore…Read More
Save Mount Diablo, Mount Diablo Resource Recovery, and Cal State East Bay Enter Conservation Collaboration Agreement for Earth Day 2017 CONCORD/WALNUT CREEK, CA – In honor of the upcoming Earth…Read More
Save Mount Diablo’s 2017 BioBlitz brought together 35 scientists to catalog species during a 24-hour survey on Marsh Creek State Historic Park and Marsh Creek Reservoir. With their collective expertise, the group provided an ecological snapshot of the Marsh Creek State Historic Park and Marsh Creek Reservoir for CA State Parks and Contra Costa County Flood Control District staff. Participants explored rolling grasslands, creek channels, and the perimeter of the reservoir, logging plants and wildlife from the insect to the avian. Save Mount Diablo hosts annual Bioblitz events to better understand and protect the biodiversity of the Diablo Range.
An interview with Volunteer of the Month (March 2017): Brad Heckman – Property Steward (Galvin Ranch, 2009-2012 and Viera North Peak, 2012-present). Conducted by Save Mount Diablo’s Stewardship & Outreach Associate, Roxana Lucero.Read More
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 was a historic day for Save Mount Diablo as we successfully sold our 5-acre Rideau property at 1650 Curry Canyon Road, Clayton to private buyers, Joseph Favalora…Read More
Dear Friend of the Mountain, This year, Save Mount Diablo celebrates forty-five years of caring collaborations and relationships that have produced important and lasting conservation successes for our beloved mountain,…Read More