A New Era for Redwood Forests in the Santa Cruz Mountains

We have great news! We recently protected 937 acres of redwood forest in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This land is now forever protected and will serve as a refuge for wildlife. Learn more here.

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San Mateo Coast: Coastal Community Update

Read more about POST's efforts to ensure the future of farming, the livelihood of community members and coast's rural character.

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A Look at POST’s 2018 Highlights 

Chances are you missed some highlights from 2018. Here we summarized some of our accomplishments and list a few fun features you may have missed.

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Water, Flooding and the Future of San Jose

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.

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Vida Verde: Enabling the Transformational Power of Nature

Learn how POST helped support the work of Vida Verde, a nonprofit getting the Bay Area's urban youth into our open spaces.

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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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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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A Gift for Future Generations

Kelly Runyon, POST donor and stewardship volunteer, explains his reasons for dedicating his time and resources to our local open spaces. Hear his story.

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From Ravaged Beach to Public Park

We’re pleased to announce POST’s acquisition of 58 acres on the southern end of Tunitas Creek Beach. Learn more about this recent acquisition and our plans for this coastal treasure.

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Coyote Valley: A New Frontier for POST

Coyote Valley, south of San Jose, is the link that provides wildlife in our area with the room to roam. That's why, earlier this month, we protected 30-acre Fisher Flats - the beginning of our work to build a network of protected lands in the Coyote Valley. Learn more here!

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