Former Sharp Park Golf Course Supervisor Turns Whistleblower Over Course’s Environmental Problems

Massive water draining at Sharp Park Golf Course The allegations of Wayne Kappelman, a former supervisor at Sharp Park Golf Course, need to be put into perspective. Kappelman was showered with awards while he towed the party line as the course…

Tell Mayor Lee You Support Restoring Sharp Park!!!

In 2011 the Board of Supervisors passed legislation that enables San Francisco to partner with the National Park Service at Sharp Park to transition land management from an unsustainable golf course into a new National Park that everyone can…

#RestoreSharpPark for #WorldSnakeDay!

Happy World Snake Day! At Wild Equity we love snakes of all shapes and sizes, but of course there’s one that’s out and away our favorite. The San Francisco Garter Snake is possibly the most imperiled vertebrate in the state, yet…

GGNP Endangered Species Big Year

In 2014 we will be inviting you to participate in a new and improved endangered species program, currently under development. Be one of the first to find out what we have in store by signing-up for a wildequity.org account today! Check out…

Wild Equity’s Executive Director Brent Plater on Resistance Radio

‘One of the things I love about your work is that it bridges the gap between theory and work on the ground… You seem to be manifesting that combination of theory and practice that I think is so important.’ - Derrick Jensen Derrick…

Movie Night: Saving the Bay – Part 2

Thursday, June 18th, 7:00pm – 9:30pm: Wild Equity screens the second part of Saving the Bay, a four-part PBS primetime special about the rich history of the precious San Francisco Bay. We will be showing episodes 3 and 4, which will…

Wild Equity Lawsuit Challenges Sharp Park Golf Course’s Destruction of Coastal Wetlands

 For Immediate Release: June 18, 2015 Contact: Brent Plater, Wild Equity Institute, (415) 572-6989 Wild Equity Lawsuit Challenges Sharp Park Golf Course’s Destruction of Coastal Wetlands   Redwood City, Calif.…

Wild Equity at Sunday Streets Great Highway!

Sunday, June 14th, 12:00am-3:00pm: Join the Wild Equity Institute for a fun-filled and colorful day at Sunday Streets. Visit our table and learn about our efforts to unite the grassroots conservation and environmental justice movements in campaigns…

Restore Sharp Park

Our Vision Restore parkland at the site of a failing municipal golf course to provide a healthy home for unique local wildlife such as the California Red-legged Frog and the San Francisco Garter Snake. These species are currently at risk of…

Wild Equity Sues EPA for Failing to Curb PG&E Pollution in Antioch

For Immediate Release, June 3, 2015 Contact:  Brent Plater, bplater@wildequity.org, Wild Equity Institute, (415) 572-6989 Wild Equity Institute Sues EPA for Failing to Curb PG&E Pollution in Antioch From L to R: Lange’s Metalmark…

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