8 Invasive Plants in the Bay Area & Some Beneficial Native Alternatives
May 21, 2024

Invasive plants pose a threat to valuable native species. We're working to weed them out and give native plants the ability to thrive!

Posted on By Alexa DeSanctis
9 Wild Mushrooms Worth Remembering
January 16, 2024

There's an unknown world...just beneath your feet.

Posted on By Megan Nguyen
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
Six Stunning Bay Area Gardens for You to Explore
September 3, 2023

Learn more about plants and immerse yourself in tranquil, colorful settings at these free or affordable Bay Area gardens.

Posted on By Leslie Patron
5 Reasons Why Redwoods Are (Ecologically) the Coolest
July 18, 2023

Check out these five cool facts about redwoods and learn more about what makes them worth saving.

Posted on By Desert Waters
What’s A Forest Bath (And Why You Need One)
March 12, 2023

Learn how short, slow, contemplative walks through the forest can dramatically improve your health and wellbeing!

Posted on By Desert Waters
Serpentine Soil & Wildflowers: A Rare & Magical Duo
February 28, 2023

Serpentine soil is a rare habitat where native plants thrive. Learn more about it, and where you can find it on Bay Area hikes.

Posted on By Irina Kogan
How to Spot Poison Oak Before it Spots You
February 21, 2022

Do you know what poison oak looks like? Learn how to identify poison oak and what to do if you're exposed.

Posted on By Marti Tedesco
23,000 Redwood Trees Planted in San Vicente Redwoods
February 18, 2022

It’s the beginning of a new generation of redwood trees within San Vicente Redwoods. Get the full story.

Posted on By Susie Petrie
Can You Say It in Mutsun? Learn 7 Tree Names in This Indigenous Language
June 1, 2021

Knowing a tree's name always changes your perspective, especially their Indigenous names.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas

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