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

Winter 2017

Sierra Azul

Midpen Financial Perspective

Ever since Midpen was created by local voters in 1972, a small portion of property tax paid within our service area has been supporting our organization.Read more
Mount Umunhum

The Gifts of Mount Umunhum

This past September, we celebrated the completion of an incredible journey: Getting the summit of Mount Umunhum cleaned up, restored and opened for everyone to enjoy.Read more

Fall 2017

Open Space Views

Fall 2017 - Open Space Views

Flip through and read the full Fall newsletter online, or download a copy.Read more
Mt. Umunhum Trail

Find your Connection atop Mount Umunhum

Mount Umunhum’s towering summit opens to the public for the first time on September 18, 2017 thanks to you, local voters, who made it possible by passing Measure AA...Read more
Plant life winner Molly Pekula

2017 Photo Contest Winners

Congratulations to the winners of our 2017 Photo Contest!Read more
La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve

Your Coastside Open Space

Lower La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve Opening Soon!Read more

Fall 2017 Message from the General Manager

La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve

Promises Kept

Projects begun and successfully completed that are signs of promises we have made to you being kept.Read more

Summer 2017

Summer 2017

Summer 2017 - Open Space Views

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

Revealing Mount Umunhum

Those who have gazed up at Mount Umunhum for decades can visit this site starting in mid-September when it becomes one of the Bay Area’s great, publicly accessible peaks...Read more

Summer 2017 Message from the General Manager

Midpen’s Gift to the People

Mountaintops have always beckoned people. They figure literally and metaphorically in art, culture, and religion around the world.Read more

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