Recently I moved my blog into an entirely redesigned website (more on that soon!). With this move, there are a few housekeeping tasks including providing a coherent way to view a previous blog [...]
According to a new report, the struggling and underfunded California state park system can transform into a model of sustainability for park systems worldwide. This new system will be [...]
Three nonprofit organizations in Sonoma County present their first annual reports as park operators.
This week I am guest blogging on the Bay Area Open Space Council blog.
Find out how an all-volunteer nonprofit organization used the state parks budget crisis in California to knock loose some funding from the state, win a foundation grant to make critical repairs, [...]
Three organizations are looking at ways to create a sustainable future for a place called Pond Farm, where Marguerite Wildenhain and a community of artists made history.
After six months of fundraising, the nonprofit Friends of China Camp raised $250,000, enough money to take over operations of the cultural and historical landmark along the northwest shores of [...]
Amid state parks scandal, let’s not forget about park advocates and their allies: local State Parks staff
Park advocates have worked tirelessly for the past year – mobilizing volunteers and inspiring philanthropy for parks.
Park advocates have now patched together short-term funding and operating solutions to help keep 69 parks open, at least for now.
As California careens toward closing state parks for the first time in the state’s history on July 1, the issue is receiving nationwide attention.