The Future of Fire in California

What does the future hold for fire in California and how can we best prepare for it here on the Peninsula and in the South Bay? Learn more here.

Posted on By Peter Cowan, PhD
The Surprising Science of “Fairy Rings”

For decades, researchers thought the trees within a redwood "fairy ring" were genetically identical. But it turns out that's not always the case. Learn why that matters.

Posted on By Justin Garland
Snakes on a Plain: Monitoring the Endangered San Francisco Garter Snake

Meet Patrick Lien, a snake researcher with the U.S. Geologic Survey and learn about his work studying the endangered San Francisco garter snake.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
What Makes A Healthy Landscape Linkage?

Dive into this interactive graphic and explore the ingredients needed to protect and enhance healthy landscape linkages in the Bay Area.

Posted on By Neal Sharma
A Story in the Rocks – The Geology of Tunitas Creek Beach

Have you ever wonder what created the huge bluffs at Tunitas Creek Beach? Find the answers here from POST's resident geologist, Irina Kogan.

Posted on By Irina Kogan
Re-Oaking: The Future of Silicon Valley

To help build a more ecologically resilient Bay Area, researchers have a creative solution: re-oaking!

Posted on By Sheryl Heckmann
Lessons Learned at Cloverdale Coastal Ranches

Land intern, Beatrix Jimenez, took on a large project this summer working to measure the success of local grassland restoration.

Posted on By Beatrix Jimenez
Invasive Species: Jubata grass

Invasive grasses are a serious problem on our Cloverdale Coastal Ranches property. Let's learn more about where the grasses come from and how we can manage them.

Posted on By Kaitlyn Cyr
The Invisible Benefits of Bair Island

Bair Island, just east of Redwood City, is one of those places where there is so much more that meets the eye. Watch the video on carbon sequestration and let us show you what we mean.

Posted on By Nicole Heller
A Case for Resilience

As we continue to experience the impacts of climate change, the health of our open spaces and their resilience to change will become increasingly important. Here's what we're doing to build an ecologically resilient Bay Area.

Posted on By Blair Friedeman

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