A collection of mentions of Peninsula Open Space Trust on different online news publications

Click on the articles below to read  a few of POST’s newsworthy accomplishments:

12/13/17 – Nonprofits acquire 26 acres in Half Moon Bay

12/1/17 – Largest part of La Honda preserve now open

11/29/17 – La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve Opens to the Public

11/22/17 – POST purchases Tunitas beach area

11/17/17 – Tunitas Creek steers toward restoration

11/16/17 – Popular Peninsula beach gets new management

11/16/17 – Peninsula Beach to Become Public Park

11/16/17 – Scenic San Mateo County beach to become new public park

9/14/17 – Redwood trunks lain across San Vicente Creek to restore coho salmon habitat

8/17/17 – Farm to Remain in Family Business

8/2/17 – Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Breaks Ground On Public Access At Lower La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve

6/17/17 – POST continues its 40th-anniversary celebration with two coastside Rides

6/15/17 –  New $80 Million Plan to Preserve Coyote Valley

3/15/17 – Kim Young works with POST to preserve and protect Peninsula lands

2/21/17 – Stewards collectively protect the Santa Cruz Mountains

2/7/17 – POST notes 40 years

10/15/16 – New Tunnels in Santa Cruz Mountains Will Provide Cougars Safe Passage, Mercury News

10/10/16 – Pillar Point Bluffs Preserved in Perpetuity, San Mateo Daily Journal

9/24/16 – Public Access Plan for Bear Creek Redwoods Announced, Mercury News

7/21/16 – Design Takes Shape for San Vicente Redwood Trails Near Davenport, Santa Cruz Sentinel 

7/6/16 – Barn raising brings community together, Half Moon Bay Review

6/14/16 – Two women’s mission to hike entire California coast reaches Bay Area, Half Moon Bay Review

 

 

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