At 1:29am on the first day of September, California’s legislative session came to an acrimonious close. Partisan quarrels and technology glitches filled the last hours of what was without a doubt one of the most challenging legislative sessions.
Volunteers provide a meaningful impact on parks this Earth Day
6 Reasons for you to participate in CSPF’s 20th annual Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup
Q and A with Bay Area District Superintendent Vince Anibale
5 ideas to spend spring and summer in state parks
A memorable visit to Trione-Annadel State Park
10 Resolutions CSPF can help you keep
Mark your calendars for #GivingTuesday
Old and new memories forged at Mitchell Caverns
Your Vote Can Make a Difference for Parks and Wildlife!
State Budget Tackles Deferred Maintenance in State Parks
CA State Budget Funds New Outreach and Engagement Project at Urban State Parks
State Budget Paves Way for Solar Energy at Malakoff Diggins