Our chance to define the future of our region is now! We have to act to protect our local landscape. POST Board Member Christy Holloway explains what you can do to help shape the future of our region.
It’s the connections we create that make a lasting impact in our communities. This story is an example of that, everything came together in the right way to connect a local restaurant with POST-protected Blue House Farms.
Judith L. Humburg is a long time supporter of POST. In this guest blog, hear why POST resonates with her values and the reasons she decided to make a gift for the future.
The Watershed Project involved students, teachers, administrators, staff and the community of Pescadero from 1991 to 1997. After all these years, the following interviews were conducted recently by Steve Maskel, who was director of the program and is now retired from science teaching.
Imagine a tiny public high school in a stunning coastal valley framed by beaches, estuaries, redwood forests, the Santa Cruz Mountains, and nearby agricultural fields. In this tiny school, seven teachers labored to provide a quality education to 100 students in grades 8-12.
Hidden in the shadows cast by willows, alders, and cottonwoods, a migrating female steelhead swam slowly upstream in the shallow waters of Pescadero Creek in the autumn of 1989.
POST's Open Space Legacy Society is one way you can leave a legacy behind.
As a fellow supporter of Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), I want to share my story with you.