Midpen publishes a monthly e-newsletter with a quick look at the latest news and a brief overview of upcoming activities and public events. An expanded version is published on a quarterly basis and includes includes a full listing of docent-led activities and a message from the General Manager.

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May 2021 e-news

See the full May 2021 e-news here or browse below for articles of interest.Read more
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Nature in May: Songs of Summer

The soundtrack to summer is arriving on the wings of migratory songbirds.Read more
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Check in on Nature

A new streaming webcam at Alpine Pond in Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve.Read more
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Counting the Clover and Everything Else

Midpen's annual wildflower census supports our natural resource inventory and monitoring program, including recording the impacts of climate change on flowers and pollinators.Read more
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Unique and Unusual: Pulgas Ridge

Midpen docent naturalists have created virtual guided hike you can experience using the OuterSpatial app on your phone or tablet.Read more
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Message of Inclusion

At Midpen, we believe open space is for all.Read more
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Expanding Access at Midpen Preserves

Midpen has completed our first two years of ADA barrier removals.Read more
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Wildland Fire Resiliency Program EIR Adoption & Program Approval

We are finalizing the environmental review of our newly developed Wildland Fire Resiliency Program.Read more
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Planning for New Access to Windy Hill

Midpen is beginning a multiyear process to plan for introducing ecologically sensitive public access to the Hawthorns Area of Windy Hill Open Space PreserveRead more

New Permit Parking Open to Hikers at La Honda Creek Preserve

Hikers can now reserve a free day-use permit for additional access to hike 7 miles of trail from one of five available parking spots at the Event Center area in La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve.Read more

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