Win-Win for San Vicente Redwoods

Sometimes things just come together, it all just lines up for a win-win for conservation. This is one of those stories from POST-protected San Vicente Redwoods.

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The Story of An Old-Growth Redwood

This is the story of Methuselah, one of the oldest living redwoods on the Peninsula. Take a trip through time and hear the stories it has to tell.

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How Do You Heal A Redwood Forest?

To know where you want to go, sometimes it's helpful to know where you’ve been. Take a trip back in time with us and learn the history of logging at San Vicente Redwoods.

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191-acre Redwood Property Now Belongs to You

On June 23, 2017, POST facilitated the transfer of ownership of the 191-acre Krauskopf-Conley property to Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District. This was made possible by the continued generosity of Fran Conley. Here's her story.

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A Kid-Friendly Redwood Hike

Looking for an easy hike in the redwoods for you and the kids? This short hike at Butano State Park is just what you're looking for.

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Bringing Fire Back to the Land

In the fall of 2016, we supported a controlled fire at POST-protected San Vicente Redwoods. But this wasn't your typical wildfire. Dive into this blog to learn more!

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Listening for Marbled Murrelets

New technology helped us confirm the presence of marbled murrelets at POST-protected San Vicente Redwoods for the first time since 1914. But where do we go from here?

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Open Roads Video Explores San Vicente Redwoods

In April of 2016, NBC Bay Area's Open Roads with Doug McConnell explored this project and shed some light into the elusive lives of Bay Area mountain lions. Watch the video here!

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San Vicente Redwoods: The Harvest

With the Management Plan and Timber Harvest Plan complete, San Vicente Redwoods was ready for its first harvest under POST’s care.

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San Vicente Redwoods: The Management Plan

POST has managed San Vicente Redwoods, 8,532 acres of forest, scrub, and chaparral in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Davenport, jointly with co-owner Sempervirens Fund and conservation easement holder Save the Redwoods League since we protected the property in 2011.

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