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) and under the direction of local health authorities. We look forward to bringing our community together through fun, engaging and informative events again once doing so is deemed safe. We make this decision with the health and wellbeing of our wonderful supporters in mind.
Did you know that there are 150 species of native bees in the Bay Area? Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) for a fun chat with artist and writer Obi Kaufmann, as we share about some of our favorites! This event will be hosted on Facebook.
A continuation from Part 1, join us for the second of two free bird language sessions! Environmental Educator Jeff Caplan is teaching a live virtual workshop on the Backyard Bird Language May 22. Open to nature-lovers of all ages, no experience necessary. This session is live and will not be recorded.
Join (POST) Peninsula Open Space Trust for the first of two free bird language sessions! Environmental Educator Jeff Caplan is teaching a live virtual workshop on Backyard Bird Language May 15. Open to nature-lovers of all ages, no experience necessary. This session is live and will not be recorded.
Join POST and Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival: Virtual — a collection of short films that highlight environmental issues from across the country, and tell inspiring stories of people and their relationships to nature. Watch the selections for free in the comfort of your own home.