Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District General Manager, Steve Abbors © Jack Gescheidt
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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See you on the trails

As I prepare to retire at the end of the year, I feel a deep appreciation for the many talented and passionate people I work for and alongside every day.Read more
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

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
La Honda Creek

The Reason Behind All That We Do

Thinking beyond what we do here at Midpen – to focus on the reason behind why we do this work...Read more
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Bridging Islands: Habitat, Culture and History

Many parts of the Bay Area are connected with spectacular, carefully engineered bridges that enhance commerce and the movement of people from home to work and back again.Read more

Crowdsourcing Nature

This past spring, we celebrated several Grand Openings. As different as the two locations are—one nestled in the mountains and the other, along the bay—they have much in common...Read more

Giving Nature a Helping Hand

This past spring, we celebrated several Grand Openings. As different as the two locations are—one nestled in the mountains and the other, along the bay—they have much in common...Read more

Necessity is Indeed the Mother of Invention

Fog is a very important component of our local weather and its impact on the ecosystem is profound.Read more

On Human and Bio-Diversity

In every corner of the world, people have developed cultural practices that strengthen biodiversity and, as a result, have sustaining, mutually beneficial relationships with the land. Nature seems to love diversity, in all its forms.Read more

Mt. Umunhum – Viewing the Full Arc of History

In every corner of the world, people have developed cultural practices that strengthen biodiversity and, as a result, have sustaining, mutually beneficial relationships with the land. Nature seems to love diversity, in all its forms.Read more

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