Events are free unless otherwise noted. For more information, call 650-726-5056 or email info@CoastsideLandTrust.org.
Native Plant Sale
Visit our office at 788 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, to purchase a variety of coastal native plants. $5 each. Call 650-726-5056 for office hours and to learn more about the plants.
California Agriculture Art Exhibit
Show runs through Friday, October 24.
Wavecrest Coastal Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Saturday, November 1st from 1-3pm
South of Seymour Bridge, light refreshments
General Plan Update meeting
The next General Plan Update meeting is November 13th, from 6:30 - 8:30pm at the Emergency Center (next to Ted Adcock) in Half Moon Bay.
Join other open space supporters and have your voice heard in support of open space and recreation on the Coastside!
To learn more about the General Plan click here.
Trail Construction Updates
Attention hikers, walkers, bicyclists and sightseers! Construction on the newest segment of the California Coastal Trail has commenced. Please see the map below for a detour through our Wavecrest property. The trail is expected to be completed by October 31st. Don't hesitate to call our office with any questions 650-726-5056.
San Jose Mercury Piece
The San Jose Mercury News covers CLT's mission and our upcoming Raptorama event! Read the piece here.
Pacific Currents episode on Coastal Open Space Preservation:
Check out the Coastal Raptors episode of Pacific Currents featuring 2013's Raptorama:
Green Business Certification
Coastside Land Trust has been recognized as a certified green business under the San Mateo County Green Business Program. Our office has made a commitment to conserve energy and water, minimize waste, prevent pollution, and shrink our carbon footprint. You can learn more about the program and how to become green business certified by clicking here.
New Leaf Market's Envirotoken Program
Coastside Land Trust was voted into the 2014-2015 Envirotoken program at New Leaf Community Markets. Thank you and remember to support us with your Envirotokens at check out.
Coastside Land Trust Gallery