• Measure AA: Voters say "Yes for Open Space"
    More than 67% of voters approve $300 million to protect, restore, and increase access.
    photo credit: Yes for Open Space
  • Heart of the Redwoods Campaign
    Protect our remaining local redwood forests before they're gone for good.
    photo credit: Paolo Vescia
  • Small Gift. Big Impact.
    Monthly giving is an easy and convenient way to support POST's vital conservation work year-round.
    photo credit: Karl Kroeber
  • POST Transfers 295-acre Cabrillo Farms
    Lea family's farming legacy secured with Coastside land sale.
    photo credit: Paolo Vescia
  • Double Your Donation!
    Use our new search tool to see if your employer will match your gift to POST.
    photo credit: Larry William
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What's New

Appraisal for San Vicente Redwoods Now Available for Public Review
POST's partners in the Living Landscape Initiative have applied for funding from the state Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) for a conservation easement that will permanently protect San Vicente (formerly CEMEX) Redwoods in Davenport. The WCB has posted an appraisal of the property on its Web site and invites the public to read it and provide comments in advance of its Aug. 28 meeting. To view the "CEMEX Santa Cruz Mountains Forest" appraisal review, click here.

As part of this proposed funding, Save the Redwoods League plans to hold the conservation easement on the property to make sure this magnificent forest survives and thrives. Read details of the easement here.
BLOG: On the Omnipresence of POST: A native Palo Altan reflects
Before she joined POST, Communications Intern Manon von Kaenel didn't know that the backdrops for some of her favorite memories were protected by POST. In our latest Field Notes Blog, she reflects fondly on childhood experiences on POST-protected lands and their connection to her life today. Read Manon's blog entry here.
SAVED: Scarper Ridge Purchase Extends Protected
Lands on San Mateo Coast

This 896-acre property links other preserved lands in the area and has potential for future public recreational trails. Read more here.

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