Steps in the Right Directon . . .

Anne Brower Path

OPENING CEREMONY

APRIL 6, 2002

BERKELEY HONORS A PATHFINDER

A footpath in the Berkeley hills was renamed Saturday in honor of Anne Brower, wife of noted environmentalist David Brower. The path, currently known as the Twin Path, winds past the house where the couple lived for roughly five decades. David Brower died two years ago.

Anne died several months ago, said Berkeley council member Betty Olds, who spearheaded the drive to rename the path.

Anne Brower was vital to much of David Brower's successful environmental work, Olds said. She also worked at UC Berkeley, and often used the path to walk to campus.

The dedication was held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the path entrance, located on Stevenson Avenue near the intersection with Miller Ave., just below Grizzly Peak Boulevard.

[Contra Costa Times - Posted on Sun, Apr. 07, 2002]

 

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Eric Slomanson -- PHOTO GALLERY

BERKELEY PATH WANDERERS ASSOCIATION 

THE WILDNESS WITHIN US