Advanced Wildlife Tracking and Connectivity
Friday, July 9 at 12 p.m. 
Join Midpen, Peninsula Open Space Trust and the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority as we welcome local wildlife researchers Tanya Diamond and Ahiga Snyder of Pathways for Wildlife to share practical wildlife tracking skills with our community. They will share knowledge of how to identify various types of common wildlife tracks and other signs and deepen your understanding of the wildlife communities living in our local landscapes. Register to attend.

A Week of Virtual Learning About Leave No Trace Principles
Join Midpen and our partners at Latino Outdoors on social media July 25 through July 31, for a week of Leave No Trace videos and posts. Tune in to Facebook or YouTube to learn the seven principles of outdoor ethics and how you can minimize your impact while enjoying the great outdoors. No registration required.