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.
Ma Da Dil will be the first BIPOC farm on the San Francisco Peninsula.
POST purchase 206 acres in mid-Coyote Valley, increasing permanently protected land in and around Coyote Valley to more than 3,300 acres.
One year after the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors voted to approve a 10-year management agreement between San Mateo County Parks, California Coastal Conservancy and POST, the popular Cowell-Purisima Trail is now open seven days a week.
Longtime activists Dolores Huerta and Luis Valdez, consumer rights activist Erin Brockovich, climate scientist Dr. Michael E. Mann and humanitarian chef José Andrés are the featured speakers in POST's 2021 Wallace Stegner Lectures.
One of the largest remaining intact ranches in the South Bay, Tilton Ranch contains critical watershed for both Monterey and San Francisco Bays and is home to dozens of unique and endangered species.
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.