A New Chapter for the Iconic Johnston Ranch
June 5, 2024

We and our partners have been hard at work to ensure that Johnston Ranch’s open grassland, rich farmland, and stunning views are preserved forever.

Posted on By Marti Tedesco
Improvements Continue at Butano Creek
April 15, 2024

Exciting work is underway to reconnect Butano Creek with its historic floodplain on POST-protected Butano Farms.

Posted on By Laura O'Leary
Unveiling Tunitas Creek Beach: A Coastal Oasis
March 21, 2024

Tunitas Creek Beach will open to the public this year with improved infrastructure designed to welcome visitors of all kinds.

Posted on By Taylor Jang
Bringing Good Fire Back to Local Lands
January 7, 2024

Learn more about planning and executing prescribed burns, from the perspective of POST's resident good fire practitioner.

Posted on By Lindsay Dillion
A Landscape Renewed: Calero Lakeview
September 16, 2023

Last May, POST transferred the 136-acre Calero Lakeview property to our colleagues at Santa Clara County Parks. Nestled in South San Jose’s verdant Almaden Valley, it features stunning views of Coyote Valley and Mount Umunhum across Calero Reservoir.

Posted on By Taylor Jang
A Key Connection Protected: Mount Madonna North Reserve
September 8, 2023

Recently, POST partnered with Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency and Santa Clara County Parks to purchase and protect Mount Madonna North Reserve.

Posted on By Lindsay Peterson
Preparing the Forest for Fire: Shaded Fuel Breaks
July 2, 2023

Learn how we're collaborating to prepare San Vicente Redwoods for wildfire season using shaded fuel breaks.

Posted on By Susie Petrie
Honoring Charles Young: Buffalo Soldier, Park Superintendent, Leader
January 31, 2023

In 1903, Colonel Charles Young (1864 – 1922) became the first Black national park superintendent. Learn more about his unique contributions.

Posted on By Vickie Rozell
Preserving Memories at Camp Jones Gulch — Now Protected
December 15, 2022

This unique destination is now protected — with support from POST. Read about the importance of this landscape to local communities.

Posted on By Noelle Chambers
Transferring Cloverdale Ranch: A Win for Nature, Economy and People
December 11, 2022

This transfer marks the culmination of 25 years of protecting and restoring Cloverdale Ranch, a gem on the San Mateo County Coast.

Posted on By Marti Tedesco

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