2018 Annual Report

Welcome to POST’s 2018 Annual Report

Scroll down for stories of all you made possible in the past fiscal year.

Last year, our work took on new complexities with a focus on five core areas of impact: farmland, wildlife linkages, public access, redwoods and Coyote Valley. POST’s science-based conservation approach delivers environmental, economic and social benefits and outcomes. We hope you enjoy learning more about our impact during the past fiscal year. Please take a few minutes to complete the short survey at the bottom of this page.

Reflecting on POST’s Journey
Walter T. Moore and Dennis DeBroeck

For the Benefit of All
Jennifer Lynch, Raj Mashruwala and Wende Hutton

Thank You to Our Donors

Without the unwavering generosity of our donors, it would not be possible for us to continue our work to ensure that the future of our region is complete with iconic forests, luscious open spaces, fertile farmland and a vibrant, resilient landscape that supports all of the local species that, along with us, call this place home. Thank you.

Jeff Scroggin – Donor since 2009

The Ungar Family – Donors since 2017

Judy Barnes – Donor since 2007

Jeff Scroggin, Donor Since 2009

The Ungar Family, Donors Since 2017

Judy Barnes, Donor Since 2007

Our 2018 Accomplishments

Flip through our printed 2018 Annual Report to read President Walter T. Moore’s reflections from the year, view major organizational milestones and get an inside look at the anatomy of a POST project, as illustrated with Tunitas Creek Beach.


Below are POST’s most recently audited financials.

POST 2018 Financials

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