When we protected 326-acres in Barrett Canyon, we acquired a bit of mess. Learn how we restored this canyon and prepared it for the public.
In the wake of the partial government shutdown, we took some time to reflect on our partnerships with federal agencies. Welcome back, friends! We missed you.
Climate change is making our land stewardship work more complicated. But we're rising to the challenge by banding together to protect this amazing place we call home. Learn more here.
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.
Through resiliency, preparation and partnerships, POST is working on the Peninsula and in the South Bay to reduce the risks of wildfire.
On November 6, San Jose residents voted in favor Measure T by over 70%. Find out what this means for the future of Coyote Valley.
There are a few items on the ballot November 6 that could significantly impact the future of San Jose. Here's what you need to know.
One of the largest freshwater wetlands was once on the outskirts of downtown San Jose. Hear the story and see what an old map can teach us about today's landscape.
We're watching as Butano Creek comes back to life. Hear the story of how we saved this local treasure.
Looking for a crash course on conservation easements and how they're monitored? This is the blog for you! Tiffany Edwards, our Conservation Project Manager, explains her work managing the many volunteers who make this work possible.