Since the parks inception, nonprofits and citizen action groups have worked to help fix the park and offer experiences for youth.
Proposals for the first round of grants are due April 23. Visit the foundation’s website for more information and to apply online.
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 [...]
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 [...]
The Bay Area Open Space Council organized a meeting on November 17, 2011, in Berkeley on the California State Parks crisis and live-blogged the event.
Can nonprofits save California State Parks?
On August 31, The California Senate passed a bill to allow nonprofits to run California State Parks as 70 parks face closure between September 2011 and July 2012.