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.

e-News Archives: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014

Summer 2018

Bear Creek Redwoods Update

Board members and partners celebrated a groundbreaking May 1 marking a major milestone towards public access at Bear Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve.Read more

Stephen E. Abbors Trail: A Well-deserved Honor

PG&E Trail in Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve has been renamed the Stephen E. Abbors Trail.Read more

Q&A with Midpen’s Climate Resiliency Fellow

Climate change touches everything we do here at Midpen, including how we care for plants and wildlife.Read more

Accessibility at Midpen-Plan Update

We are interested in hearing about your experience with accessibility at Midpen.Read more

Keep Forests Crumb Clean and Help a Rare Bird

This July, biologists begin a two-year study in Midpen preserves to determine what areas endangered marbled murrelets nest in.Read more

Cast Your Vote in the 2018 Photo Contest!

Winners will once again be chosen by popular vote on Midpen's Facebook page...Read more

2017 Donation Acknowledgments

Donations and gifts from these generous individuals and organizations help protect and restore open space, and enhance visitors' experience in the preserves...Read more

Spring 2018

Spring 2018 - Open Space Views

Flip through and read the full spring newsletter online, or download a copy.Read more

A MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT

In my experience with Midpen, from voter to preserve user to longtime board member, I’ve seen the organization transition through several major phases...Read more

RESTORING NATURE AND CULTURE ATOP MOUNT UMUNHUM

Spring is unfolding at Mount Umunhum’s recently restored summit. Native plants are taking root and wildlife are reappearing. People too are returning to Mount Umunhum, in many different and...Read more

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