San José City Council Approves Zoning Changes to Protect Coyote Valley from Industrial Development

The San José City Council has voted unanimously to designate Coyote Valley as open space and agricultural land.

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Midpen approves purchase of Johnston Ranch

Midpen's board of directors approves the purchase of an iconic coastal open space in Half Moon Bay from POST.

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San Vicente Redwoods Marks 10 Year Conservation Anniversary

10 years ago, the San Vicente Redwoods property in the Santa Cruz Mountains was protected forever. Here's what has been accomplished in that time.

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Mill Creek Dam Removed in Santa Cruz Mountains

Sempervirens Fund completes post-fire dam removal to restore creek and improve Coho salmon habitat, part of long-term restoration of previously logged redwood forest

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POST Appoints Olivia White Lopez as Director of DEI

Peninsula Open Space Trust Appoints Olivia White Lopez as Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Newly created role for strategic thought leader and change agent for all DEI initiatives in…

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Coyote Valley Conservation Lands Network Grows with Historic Ranch Purchase

The Authority and POST finalized a $5 million purchase of the 60-acre Tilton Ranch Complex, which completes the protection of this historic and environmentally important ranch property in the heart of Coyote Valley.

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Mill Creek Dam in San Vicente Redwoods to be Removed

This project is an important step forward in helping threatened and endangered Steelhead and Coho salmon along the Central Coast of California.

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POST and Midpen Present the Third Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival

From wildfire management to the culture of local Indigenous peoples, the 2021 edition of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival has something for every nature lover in the Bay Area.

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POST Purchases 206-Acre Property in Mid-Coyote Valley

POST purchase 206 acres in mid-Coyote Valley, increasing permanently protected land in and around Coyote Valley to more than 3,300 acres.

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