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January 11, 2006
A View from Dinosaur Peak (S.F. Chronicle)

December 3, 2005
Bonny Doon: Exploring the Silver Strand (S.F. Chronicle)

September 24, 2005
Fruit Trees Win Praise (S.F. Chronicle)

July 13, 2005
Treasure Hunting on Yerba Buena Island (S.F. Chronicle)

May 18, 2005
A Tale of Two Pools in the Valley of the Moon (S.F. Chronicle)

April 20, 2005
Brisbane Acres: Saving a Slice of Heaven (S.F. Chronicle)

March 16, 2005
Native Plants Survive on Bernal Hill (S.F. Chronicle)

February 19, 2005
Living Large in Muir Woods (S.F. Chronicle)

January 19, 2005
Cedar Mountain Ridge: Journey to Record-Challenging Manzanita (S.F. Chronicle)

December 15, 2004
First Came Strawberry Hill (S.F. Chronicle)

November 17, 2004
Riparian Connections Run Deep in Lagunitas Creek (S.F. Chronicle)

October 20, 2004
Born from the Salt: the evolving life of Bair Island (S.F. Chronicle)

September 15, 2004
Step Back in Time in Leona Canyon (S.F. Chronicle)

August 18, 2004
A Merciful Sign Flourishes at Lake Merced (S.F. Chronicle)

July 28, 2004
Going in for Natural Solitude on Mt. Wanda (S.F. Chronicle)

June 16, 2004
Taking the Waters at El Polin in the Presidio (S.F. Chronicle)

May 22, 2004
Mariposa Lilies and Monoliths on Ring Mountain (S.F. Chronicle)

April 24, 2004
Role Reversal on Coyote Ridge (S.F. Chronicle)

March 27, 2004
Treasures in the Curves and Swells of Twin Peaks (S.F. Chronicle)

February 28, 2004
Defending Montara Mountain's Natural Beauty (S.F. Chronicle)

January 24, 2004
The Fire and the Bloom Are One:
Succession at Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve
(S.F. Chronicle)

December 27, 2003
Hark, the Woodland Angel Sings (S.F. Chronicle)

November 29, 2003
Speak, History:
A Congress of Voices on San Bruno Mountain
(S.F. Chronicle)

October 25, 2003
Sympathy for the devil:
Tricks and treats on Mount Diablo
(S.F. Chronicle)

September 27, 2003
Gold and green and pearls everlasting:
The botanical wealth of Sweeney Ridge
(S.F. Chronicle)

July 26, 2003
A wrangling of species on Mount Davidson (S.F. Chronicle)

July 2003
California Carnivores:
Sebastopol's little shop of horrors
(Via magazine)

June 28, 2003
Where Sea and Sky Intersect:
The flora of Corona Heights
(S.F. Chronicle)

May 31, 2003
San Francisco's Last Remaining Waterway:
Lobos Creek holds ideas for gardeners
(S.F. Chronicle)

March 8, 2003
Fabulous Fynbos:
South African plants thrive in Bay Area
(S.F. Chronicle)

December 18, 2002
Manzanita Charms Bay Area Terrain (S.F. Chronicle)

November 6, 2002
Carnivores Nibble at Gardeners' Sense of Curiosity (S.F. Chronicle)

March 2002
Sage Advice (ONE'zine)