Honoring Charles Young: Buffalo Soldier, Park Superintendent, Leader

In 1903, Colonel Charles Young (1864 – 1922) became the first Black national park superintendent. Learn more about his unique contributions.

Posted on By Vickie Rozell
The Bay to Sea Trail: Communities Connected by Nature

When the Bay to Sea Trail is complete — about 15 years from now — it will have been half a century in the making. In the 1970s, the founders…

Posted on By Rachael Faye
Build Your Knowledge of Native American Heritage and Cultures

Check out these 15 podcasts, TV shows, webinars and more that highlight contemporary Indigenous perspectives.

Posted on By Leslie Patron
Healing in Nature: A Meaningful Partnership at Audrey Edna Cabin

We're partnering with Park Rx to ensure more locals are connected to nature, not only for recreation, but for physical and mental health.

Posted on By Taylor Jang
Diversity in the Outdoors Shows Me That I Belong

Learn how POST’s new Community Events Manager, Megan Nguyen (she/they) is fostering diversity in the outdoors, one event at a time.

Posted on By Olivia White Lopez
‘Pathways to 30×30’ Report: A Conservation Roadmap for California

A recent report “Pathways to 30x30“ lays out a roadmap for the state’s initiative. Here is a summary of its recommendations that most directly apply to POST’s work.

Posted on By Noelle Chambers
Partnering for a Brighter Future: The Muwekma Ohlone Tribe

Recently, POST has been working with the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe to establish The Muwekma Ohlone Foundation, a new land trust with the goal of reconnecting tribal members with their ancestral lands.

Posted on By Dan Olstein
Accessible Trails for Everyone to Enjoy

Explore some of our favorite easy access trails and get tips for finding accessible outings near you!

Posted on By Vickie Rozell
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