This award recognizes Margaret's many years of participation in advocacy, education, and restoration of Pacifica's natural environment, parklands, and shoreline.
In 1984, Goodale was appointed to serve on the Open Space Task Force and Committee. Later she served on the Pacifica Land Trust Board and assisted the Land Trust during the period of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area acquisition of Mori Point. She currently serves as the vice president of Pacifica’s Environmental Family that oversees and coordinates many of Pacifica’s environmental, ecological and social programs.
Goodale worked for many years as a naturalist educator, and continues to promote and provide her expertise in naturalist education for Pacifica’s youth and adults.
Margaret received the award at the OSPAC Preservation Award ceremony on Monday, July 11th.