• POST celebrates land conservation achievement throughout the San Francisco Peninsula
    75,000 Acres Protected!
    POST celebrates land conservation achievement.
  • Upcoming lectures: Exploring Conservation, Food and Farming
    Wallace Stegner Lectures
    Exploring Conservation, Food and Farming
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    Use our search tool to see if your employer will match your gift to POST.
    photo credit: Cait Hutnik
  • Heart of the Redwoods saved!
    We did it!
    Announcing $50 million for our Heart of the Redwoods Campaign.
    photo credit: John Brennan
  • Help protect open space in Silicon Valley, by setting up monthly donations to Peninsula Open Space Trust
    Small Gift. Big Impact.
    Monthly giving is an easy and convenient way to support POST's vital conservation work year-round.
    photo credit: William Matthias
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Get Your Veggies from a POST-Protected Farm!
Did you know that a range of POST-protected farms and ranches offer CSA programs that offer weekly deliveries of farm-fresh produce, eggs, meat, and more? The 2015 CSA season is about the start — learn more on our blog, Field Notes.
OpenRoad, Sunday June 28 at 6:30pm
This week, explore one of the longest segments of the Bay Trail in Richmond. Spend a night on The Rock and see the legendary island in a special way with National Park Service photographers. Meet long-time editor of Bay Nature Magazine, David Loeb, and learn about his favorite places in the Bay Area. Finally, explore the dramatic east side of the Sierra Nevada range in its colorful fall plumage through the keen eye of outdoor photographer and wilderness advocate, Gary Crabbe.
Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve is being opened to the public on June 27th
Just off highway 101, five miles south of San Jose, the Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve is being opened to the public on June 27th. Long the test site for UTC missiles, the 1,831 acre preserve has been cleaned up and readied for public use by the Santa Clara County Open Space Authority. The property stretches for 2 miles along Coyote Ridge and connects 130,000 acres of other protected lands. We counldn't be happier!

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