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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Congresswoman Calls For Investigation Into Handling Of Dog Regulations At Golden Gate National Recreation Area

A congresswoman from California has called on the Interior Department's Office of Inspector General to look into "improper and potentially illegal" actions by National Park Service employees involved in development of a dog management plan at Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Crews Moving Tons Of Sand To Stem Erosion From Ocean Beach At Golden Gate National Recreation Area

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, in cooperation with the National Park Service, is leading a short-term effort to transport excess sand via dump truck from north Ocean Beach to two erosion hot spots at south Ocean Beach. The work, performed week days from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., is expected to last through December.

De-Mist-Ifying The Fog Of Golden Gate National Recreation Area: Five Fun Facts

The image of quintessential San Francisco isn’t complete without the looming fog gliding over the Golden Gate Bridge like a cold blanket ready to hug the warmth out of the city. Sure, it may affect visibility and can make summer feel like winter—especially in August, aka “Fogust”—but it is beloved nonetheless. Here are some foggy facts to “de-mist-ify” this local weather phenomenon.

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