Peninsula Open Space Trust is postponing all in-person events and outings until further notice to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) under the direction of local health authorities. We look forward to gathering together with our community once it is safe to do so.

Until then, we’re offering fun, engaging and informative virtual events. We hope you’ll register to join our upcoming online events listed below, or view recordings of our past webinars on POST’s YouTube channel.

October 23, 2020
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Register for free at-home screening access to view "The Guardians" Oct 23-25. "The Guardians", a documentary film by Ben Crosbie and Tessa Moran, elegantly interweaves the lives of the iconic monarch butterfly with an indigenous community in Mexico. Both depend on the same ancient forest for their survival and now face an uncertain future. 
October 30, 2020
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Join POST for a conversation with Laura Sears and Allie Roth of Vida Verde, founded in 2001 by two former Teach for America classroom teachers who saw a pressing need for youth from disadvantaged communities to have meaningful educational experiences outside of the classroom. Learn about how this local outdoor educational program came to be, details about their current work and collaboration with POST.
November 6, 2020
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Learn to identify raptors on the coast and in the Santa Cruz mountains during the migration season.
November 13, 2020
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This discussion focuses on the history and future of our region's most ambitious trail network, the Ridge Trail. Hear from Author Elizabeth Byers and Trail Director Liz Westbrook about the progress of the Bay Area Ridge Trail and POST's involvement.
October 16, 2020
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Hear from Leonard Diggs Director of Operations at Pie Ranch about their new farm incubator working to advance farm business ownership.
October 2, 2020
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Join POST in a conversation with Author Jenny Clendenen about her new book featuring the history of María Zacarías Bernal de Berreyesa, whose Californio family helped settle the whole Bay Area during the Spanish and Mexican periods. Participants will hear the story of how her husband and father held vast parts of south San José, including the Rancho San Vicente of Calero County Park, and how they were ruthlessly dispossessed when Americans arrived.
September 25, 2020
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Join POST and Midpen for a fun webinar to learn about the birds of Windy Hill. Local Naturalist Jeff Caplan is back with a new class to teach us how to ID and connect to birds and their habitat for your next visit to this beloved preserve. Great for all ages!
September 18, 2020
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This session, led by our friends at The Avarna Group, will focus on the controversial history of environmental conservation in the United States and work to change the future. Participants will be led through a timeline of events from the 19th and early 20th century, revealing how early environmental movements sometimes harmed Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color across what is now the United States. Using this context, we will also discuss examples of how conservation movements are now working to course correct, and ensure that our future is more equitable and inclusive.
September 11, 2020
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We will host a conversation with Richard Tejeda from Saved By Nature - a recently formed South Bay nonprofit working to provide accessible, culturally relevant programming to all people in our Bay Area. Richard will share his story of how he came to this work, and share examples of the type of programming he is offering in partnership with the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority and other agencies, much of which takes places on POST-protected lands.

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