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The Long Road Ahead
It will take months, if not years, to fully understand the impacts of this large wildfire. But here's what we know so far.
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Least Crowded Hikes on the Peninsula and in the South Bay
Looking for the least crowded parks and preserves in your area? With the help of our partners in the field, we've put together this handy list for you.
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Back to School…Kinda? Where to Take Your Kids to Get Outside
With the upcoming school year in jeopardy for most kids, we wanted to give parents a few options to safely get their kids outside for some fresh air.
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Upcoming Events

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September 25, 2020
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Join POST and Midpen for a fun webinar to learn about the birds of Windy Hill. Local Naturalist Jeff Caplan is back with a new class to teach us how to ID and connect to birds and their habitat for your next visit to this beloved preserve. Great for all ages!
October 2, 2020
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Join POST in a conversation with Author Jenny Clendenen about her new book featuring the history of María Zacarías Bernal de Berreyesa, whose Californio family helped settle the whole Bay Area during the Spanish and Mexican periods. Participants will hear the story of how her husband and father held vast parts of south San José, including the Rancho San Vicente of Calero County Park, and how they were ruthlessly dispossessed when Americans arrived.
October 16, 2020
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Hear from Leonard Diggs Director of Operations at Pie Ranch about their new farm incubator working to advance farm business ownership.
October 30, 2020
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Join POST for a conversation with Laura Sears and Allie Roth of Vida Verde, founded in 2001 by two former Teach for America classroom teachers who saw a pressing need for youth from disadvantaged communities to have meaningful educational experiences outside of the classroom. Learn about how this local outdoor educational program came to be, details about their current work and collaboration with POST.

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