POST announced the purchase of a 63-acre property in mid-Coyote Valley, near the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority’s Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve.
The Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) has announced an incredible line up of renowned speakers for their 2018 Wallace Stegner Lecture Series. This season’s speakers include best-selling author and humorist Bill Bryson, Former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy and environmental activist Winona LaDuke.
POST purchases an 18.53-acre property along Kelly Avenue west of Highway 1 in Half Moon Bay. The property is one of the last remaining farms operating within the city limits. POST purchased the property for $3.95 million from a family trust. Dino and Terry Andreotti, long time farmers of the property, have signed an agreement to purchase the farmland from POST subject to an affirmative agricultural easement.
This acquisition is the first step in creating viable wildlife linkage across the valley.
POST announced today that it will remove two dilapidated buildings and a small shed on the Blue House Farm property in San Gregorio. The structures will be recycled and replaced with new farm labor housing. The work will be conducted in conjunction with San Mateo County as part of its Farm Labor Housing Pilot Program and is currently in the permitting phase.
Gary Snyder, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, essayist and environmentalist will speak in the 2017 Wallace Stegner Lecture series. On February 21, the San Francisco native will discuss his life as a scholar, writer and environmentalist, as well as how a deep connection to the natural world inspires his work.
POST celebrates important milestone and the protection of over 75,500 acres
Jimmy Chin, internationally recognized expedition photographer, climber and skier, launches 2017 Wallace Stegner Lecture series.
County parks, nonprofit Peninsula Open Space District partner to link coastal trail Originally published on October 8, 2016 by the San Mateo Daily Journal. Pristine coastal bluff top views overlooking one…
Three of the nation’s most renowned thinkers and doers will share unique perspectives on how the natural word inspires their work.