Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority and Peninsula Open Space Trust complete purchase of 235 acres in North Coyote Valley; community planning process launches today with online questionnaire.
Peninsula Open Space Trust Promotes Noelle Chambers Thurlow to Vice President of Conservation Curt Riffle set to retire after four years at POST Palo Alto, Calif. – July 7, 2020…
Public agencies and private nonprofits commit to connecting San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean for recreational use.
In a unanimous vote, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of the 58-acre property known as Tunitas Creek Beach from POST.
(POST) today announced the protection of 540 acres of ranchland and 38 acres of farmland in San Gregorio, purchased for $13.5 million from a local landowner
POST and Coastside Land Trust (CLT) jointly announced the transfer 87.89 acres of land from POST to CLT as part of the Wavecrest Open Space. The Open Space was established in 2008 when POST protected an initial 200 acres of coastside wetlands that had long been slated for residential development.
POST and the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority are partnering up for a fun Art & Nature event in downtown San Jose on Saturday, January 4. The free, all-ages gathering offers live music, drinks for sale, art displays and art-making activities.
The San José City Council unanimously approved the purchase and permanent protection of 937 acres in the North Coyote Valley through an innovative public and private partnership among Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority (the Authority) and the City of San José.
Undeveloped and largely untouched, a 242-acre purchase made by the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority (Authority) in partnership with the Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) completes another pivotal piece of the Santa Cruz Mountains preservation puzzle.
POST is pleased to announce we are applying for renewal of LTA accreditation. A public comment period is now open.