Crissy Field Dog Group is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and advocating for responsible dog ownership and establishing and upholding permanent off-leash dog walking rights within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).
CFDG is working directly with the GGNRA, our Congressional delegation, and other stakeholders to advocate off-leash dog walking and other recreation issues within the GGNRA. It is our ultimate goal to restore permanent off-leash dog walking and preserve recreation within the GGNRA. As an organized non-profit group, we have a substantial membership base and voice in the San Francisco Bay Area.
KPIX, CBS’ Channel 5 produced an excellent segment about how the GGNRA’s Dog Mgt Plan could have a very negative impact on SF City’s parks and other open space areas within GGNRA lands for dogs and their owners. SF Supervisor Scott Wiener is interviewed in this piece. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vGvvfe7DyM (aired on November 3, 2015)
SF Supervisor Scott Wiener wrote an excellent op/ed piece (November 2, 2015) in the SF Chronicle about the Dog Management Plan…
CFDG understands that the GGNRA will release their Draft Dog Management Rule in early January 2016. Go to our News/Top Stories section for CFDG’s letter to NPS Director Jarvis about this issue. (November 2, 2015)
Awarding winning photographer Diane Costello is offering in-studio holiday portraits for you and your dog on November 7th and 8th at a bargain price. Proceeds will go to support CFDG’s on-going efforts to keep GGNRA dog friendly! Click on the link below for the details…
CFDG VIDEOS The Crissy Field Dog Group has created many videos about preserving off leash dog walking and recreation access at Crissy Field and other areas within GGNRA lands in Marin, SF, and San Mateo counties. You can go to You Tube and search “Crissy Field Dog Group” to view our catalogue of videos. Also, please go the eco-dog website to sign up and get email alerts about the latest information regarding this process. Your participation is critical to keep dog walking and recreation access in the GGNRA!
Here is our most recent video regarding the upcoming release of the GGNRA’s Proposed Rule:
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