Nonprofits, park advocates, philanthropists and public agencies around the state have raised funds and struck deals with the state, one by one. But who is counting?
The deal with Plumas-Eureka State Park represents the fifth park saved using the donor agreement model.
Nonprofits raise funds to rescue Jug Handle State Natural Reserve, famous for rare ecological phenomenon
On March 16, 2012, the California State Parks Foundation and the Olmsted Park Fund announced an agreement with California State Parks to give Jug Handle State Reserve a reprieve from closure for [...]
Two nonprofits made a deal to protect redwood forests while saving aging camp facilities owned by the well-known American institution whose mission is to empower girls.
This post highlights the latest news and actions on the California State Parks crisis and the search for sustainable funding. KQED's California Report will air a new special six-part multi-media [...]