Experience the Outdoors

There’s nothing better than being surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of gorgeous open spaces. Here are a few ways you can experience the land while learning more about the benefits of POST’s work.

Walks & Talks

About POST Walks & Talks

POST regularly offers a series of special outings for donors at the $500/year level and above, as well as members of our Open Space Legacy Society. These popular events take place on POST-protected lands, many of which are not yet open to the public.

When you join us for these walks, you can see firsthand how we're putting your donation to work. You can also meet fellow POST supporters while enjoying a spectacular day out on the land.

Join our Next Walks & Talks

Upcoming Events

June 12, 2020
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Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and California State Parks for a three-part webinar series delivered by Mark Hylkema, California State Parks Archaeologist and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Foothill College. Mark will draw from over 40 years of experience studying the history of California native people, focusing on Indigenous cultures of the Peninsula and the South Bay.
June 19, 2020
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Ethnobotany and Land Stewardship
California ecosystems have evolved with thoughtful active management by diverse human communities over thousands of years. This session will examine some of the interactions Indigenous Peoples of the Bay Area had with with our landscape. We will highlight specific plant and animal relationships, as well as stewardship practices using examples from our local landscape. 
June 20, 2020
  • Cloverdale Coastal Ranches
  • 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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Enjoy the natural beauty of the coast by joining Peninsula Open Space Trust on a bike ride around POST-protected lands on the San Mateo Coast!
June 26, 2020
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Economy, Spirituality, and Culture
This session will focus on interesting aspects of what we know about historic Indigenous culture, society, economy and spirituality. Participants will hear about examples of trade networks that existed, taking products made and collected by Bay Area communities far and wide. They'll also learn about aspects of village life, spirituality, and sacred relationships with our local landscape. We'll also share some resources for how you can learn and support contemporary Indigenous communities in our area. 

Help us protect open space on the Peninsula and in the South Bay for the benefit of all.

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