Barrett Canyon: A Vital Link Protected

POST is thrilled to protect 326 acres of Barrett Canyon, south of the Almaden Reservoir. Learn how this acquisition helps connect 31,000 acres of protected open spaces!

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Finding San Jose’s Lost Wetland

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.

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5 Best Trails for Easy Hikes

Looking for easy hikes—ones the whole family can enjoy? Here are five of our favorite easy trails through POST-protected open spaces. Enjoy!

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The Making of Giants: Redwood Forest Restoration in the Santa Cruz Mountains

We have a plan to restore the redwood forest at POST-protected San Vicente Redwoods - we're working to make giant trees. Watch the video and learn more.

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Update from Tunitas Creek Beach: Q&A with San Mateo County Parks

To keep you in the loop with our progress at Tunitas Creek Beach, we caught up with San Mateo County Parks to ask them a few questions about this project. Here's our conversation.

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3 Places You Might Actually Find an Ewok Village

Celebrate this May 4th (#maytheforestbewithyou) with these three hikes. Who knows...you just might find an Ewok Village in our redwood forests.

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What You Need to Know About Prop 68

On June 5th, California voters will decide on Proposition 68, The Clean Water and Safe Parks Act. If passed, this proposition will directly support our public agency partners. Here’s what you need to know.

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NEW Preserve – Go Hike Rancho San Vicente

In 2009, POST purchased the 966-acre Rancho San Vicente from private developers and it's now open to the public for all to enjoy. Here's information on one of our staff members' favorite hikes in this preserve.

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Fighting for Salmon in San Vicente Creek

Coho salmon in San Vicente Creek near Davenport are on the brink of extinction. We're fighting for the survival of these fish. Here's our story.

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Fisher Creek: A Lifeline for Wildlife

Fisher Creek flows through the heart of Coyote Valley. We knew this creek was important for the movement of wildlife, but just how important has surprised us. Find the story here.

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