There is no Planet B!
Join Peninsula Open Space Trust via Zoom to learn how they are caring for and preserving our open spaces before heading out on your own to have your socially distanced park clean up.
Don't worry, they will guide you on what bags to use and what to look for in areas in in need of some TLC!
Black garbage bags
Organizational Partner: Peninsula Open Space Trust
Founded in 1977, POST has protected more than 80,000 acres of permanent open space, farms and parkland in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties. These lands are now part of the National Park system, National Wildlife Refuge system, California State Parks, county and city parks, regional preserves and private farmland for the benefit of all.
Thank You to Our Partners!
J-Camp, Beged Kefet, engaj, El Camino Health, Palo Alto Humane Society, Hidden Villa, Family Connections, Project WeHOPE, Avenidas, LifeMoves, Jewish Family and Children's Services, Repair the World, IsraAID, Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), Youth Community Service (YCS), Congregation Beth Am, Congregation Kol Emeth, Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, Kehillah Jewish High School, SPHDS