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With flexible and easily divisible floor plates, highly efficient building systems, sweeping vistas over the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge and a selection of best in class amenities, the property is and will remain highly appealing to Silicon Valley tenants for years to come.
These organizers and activists, to use contemporary language, set forth an alternative vision, which included saving San Francisco Bay, stopping the construction of freeways through Golden Gate Park and along the northern waterfront, pushing for a San Francisco Bay national Wildlife Refuge, preserving the Marin Headlands as open space, and, anticipating by twenty years the movement for "smart-growth," advocating compact growth that centered on existing cities.
FREMONT: Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, CA: Rapid suburban development, polluting run-off, invasive species threaten the nation's largest urban wildlife refuge.
Diablo State Park, and 300,000 stroll Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Farallon National Wildlife Refuge, a satellite of the more expansive San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex, is a group of rocky islands located about 28 miles (45 kilometers) west of San Francisco.
Environmentalists launched a last-ditch advertising campaign Tuesday aimed at persuading the Japanese owner of Bair Island to sell the property into the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Hikes, nest box-building and a native plant sale at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center in Alviso