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Press Release 5/8/2017
Greenspace – The Cambria Land Trust Presents Chinese Heritage Day in Cambria
Nineteenth-century Chinese immigrant miners, laborers and fishermen helped build the economy of San Luis Obispo County. In Cambria, they left traces of their heritage in the Chinese Temple (Association House), located in Greenspace's Creekside Reserve at 2264 Center Street. Join Greenspace – The Cambria Land Trust and the Cambria Historical Society on May 27th from 1 to 4 p.m. to celebrate Cambria Heritage Days and honor the community's Chinese legacy.
At 1:00 p.m., the Cal Poly Chinese Lion Dance Team will perform, dancing from the Historical Museum across Center Street to the Creekside Reserve and performing a temple blessing. The Lion Dance originated in ancient China. The lion itself became a symbol of good luck, scaring away evil spirits during the Lunar New Year on the Lunar Calendar. The Cal Poly Lion Dance Team is a division of Cal Poly's Chinese Students Association, founded by Wong Young Louis in 1957.
At 2:00 p.m., Dr. Sandy Lydon, History Professor Emeritus at Cabrillo College, will present "Feeding the Hungry Ghosts: A Celebration of Cambria's Chinese Legacy." Come and learn about the fascinating story of the Chinese in Cambria, the community they based around their Association Hall, and their eventual exclusion, even from the local cemetery. Dr. Lydon will also describe the traditional belief that the ancestors, or "hungry ghosts," must be honored and fed for a community to prosper, and how Greenspace's efforts are helping to feed the spirits of those forgotten Chinese who were left behind.
One of California's pre-eminent scholars on the Chinese immigrant presence and its impact on the state, Sandy is an award-winning author and lecturer on California's often overlooked immigrant. He grew up in Hollister, and graduated from UC Davis, and then the East-West Center in Honolulu. He joined the history faculty at Cabrillo College, Aptos, in 1968 where he taught East Asian History, Asian-American History and regional history. He was voted outstanding Santa Cruz County college teacher and has consulted for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Smithsonian Institution, and film director Ken Burns He is the author of the award-winning book, Chinese Gold: The Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region that was recently translated into Chinese.

Following Dr. Lydon's talk, Greenspace docents will lead tours of the Chinese Temple until 4 p.m. Tea, Chinese moon cakes and almond cookies will be served. The event is free to the public. Donations are welcome! For more information, please contact Connie Gannon at 805-927-2866, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Follow us on Twitter at greenspacecam, Facebook or our website,

Dr, Lydon is available by phone for interviews before the event. You may contact Dr. Linda Lee at Cal Poly for information on the Lion Dance Team. Please find photos attached to this email.


Past Events

ما هو سعر الذهب اليوم JOIN THE "SOD BLITZ"

Thursday, May 11, 1 to 4pm At SLO County Department of Agriculture, 2156 Sierra Way, San Luis Obispo

Friday, May 12, 6 to 8pm At Atascadero Library, Martin Polin Community Room, 6555 Capistrano Ave, Atascadero

SOD Blitz

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR TRACKING SUDDEN OAK DEATH (SOD) in SLO COUNTY. Trainings will be held on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at SLO County Department of Agriculture, 2156 Sierra Way, San Luis Obispo and Friday, May 12, 6pm to 8pm, Atascadero Library, Martin Polin Community Room, 6555 Capistrano Ave, Atascadero, CA. Learn to identify the signs of SOD in such vulnerable species as California bay laurel, tanoak and native varieties of oak.
Collecting of possible infected plant material will take place on Saturday and Sunday, May 13 and 14.
Registration for the training is now open. Each participant need only attend one training session. 

Register at:




تحليل فوركس للذهب Santa Rosa Creek Breaks Through Early - December 16, 2016


Thanks to more than 5" of rain yesterday at the headwaters and upper reach of Santa Rosa Creek, the creek has broken through to the ocean much earlier than usual this winter. These photographs were taken December 16, the day it broke through the sand barrier that builds up over the dry months at Moonstone Beach.
Now steelhead, an anadromous (ocean migratory) variety of the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), can begin their upstream migration from the sea to spawn in gravel beds along Santa Rosa Creek. At one time, thousands of steelhead swam up Santa Rosa Creek annually. Local residents recall catching fish over 25 inches in length on a regular basis.
Over the past decade, steelhead numbers have dwindled to very few. With the seasonal dewatering of Santa Rosa Creek, many of the remaining fish live out their days in the upper reaches as rainbow trout, losing their migratory instincts. The numbers migrating to and from the ocean have dwindled to record lows.
But all that may be about to change.
California Department Fish and Wildlife will launch a preliminary year-long life cycle study of steelhead in Santa Rosa Creek in early January. They plan to place an underwater Didson video camera in the stream to monitor the numbers of steelhead that swim by on their way to spawning grounds. They also will organize spotting and scuba counts in the spring and early summer.
Greenspace will collaborate with CDFW, providing volunteer monitors to assist this winter and into the summer in this important effort. We also will apply for funding this spring to continue the life cycle monitoring and steelhead count in the coming years.
This fundamental population research will give us a much better idea of the actual conditions of steelhead in Santa Rosa Creek, one of their premier traditional habitats. Such data will provide a base for creek restoration work designed to encourage the return of the anadromous fish and a better ecological balance in the creek as a whole.


أسهل استراتيجية الخيارات الثنائية Greenspace volunteers plant 300 Trees

When:             Saturday, November 13, 19

Where:            Strawberry Canyon

      Burton Drive, Cambria, CA

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Greenspace volunteers turned out to plant 300 Monterey pines and coastal live oaks in Strawberry Canyon, the Greenspace reserve on Burton Drive in Cambria. Volunteers teamed up to get the trees in the ground in record time--one hour! A wonderful time of community fellowship and taking action on behalf of our own forest and the planet's great need for carbon sequestration. The trees are hand raised from the seeds we harvest from pitch canker-asymptomatic Monterey pines and local coastal oak acorns. This year, the Cambria Garden Club helped us in this effort. We still have seedlings available for area residents who need to plant to mitigate removal of trees for construction or trees that have died or are seriously diseased. Please call the Greenspace office, 927-2866, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

 موقع تداول الذهب موقع Meet Morro the Brown Pelican

When:             Sunday, September 11 from 1-3pm

Where:            Greenspace Creekside Reserve

      2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


He’s an education pelican who lives with Dani Nicholson at her Cayucos home. Back in 2009, he was rescued, weak and starving, unable to fly with an injured left wing. His rescuers brought him to Pacific Wildlife Care in Morro Bay for rehabilitation. His injured wing healed, but not well enough to allow him to fly freely. He would never be able to succeed living in the wild.
Ms. Nicholson gave him a permanent home and launched him on his career in education. She has a US Fish & Wildlife permit that allows her to bring Morro to schools and other educational presentations. Most captive pelicans are in zoos.
“Seeing one in a zoo isn’t the same as being up close and watching how they behave,” Ms. Nicholson said. “Morro is about two feet tall, as tall as some of the kids that come to see him.”
She established her own nonprofit, Willow Tree Wildlife, for education and advocacy.
Morro was featured in the documentary Pelican Dreams, available as a DVD and from the Cambria Library. He remains humble and willing to meet the public. Guests are welcome to pose with him for photos. No touching, please, and no dogs.
“People can get up close and personal with this bird, stand within a few feet of him,” she said. “He is used to people.”
Ms. Nicholson acquired a companion for Morro in April, Solimar. He’s a Brown Pelican who had a broken hand and infected foot. He’s well now, but the hand healed in a position that makes it impossible for him to fly. He hasn’t made any public appearances yet, but may accompany Morro to Cambria that day.
“It’s interesting to see pelicans interacting,” she said. “Pelicans don’t have a voice but they pantomime to each other, wave their heads around, and make little sounds. They are very social.”
The event is sponsored by Greenspace the Cambria Land Trust, requesting a $10 donation at the door.
No dogs!


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When:             Saturday, August 27th from 3-5pm

Where:            Greenspace Creekside Reserve

      2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


Come hear Jill Knight's soaring voice and soulful lyrics fill the beautiful Creekside Reserve in Cambria this Saturday, as she plays a benefit concert for Greenspace - The Cambria Land Trust. A native of Savannah, Georgia, Jill's music delivers a southern texture blending Americana, blues and a little R & B that takes audiences on an unforgettable journey. Nominated for the LA music awards "best female vocalist", and a finalist at the National Academy of Songwriters "Songwriter of the Year" competition, she has shared the stage with Shawn Colvin, John Prine, The Doobie Brothers, Roger McGuinn, Michael Hedges, Phoebe Snow, Los Lobos, and Peter Rowan.


Jill is a long-time supporter of Greenspace's conservation work. The land trust purchases and receives undeveloped land parcels in order to protect them from development and conserve their natural and cultural resources. They also provide environmental education for families and children, and advocate for ecologically sound public policies to sustain our beautiful Central Coast.


The concert will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Greenspace Creekside Reserve is located at 2264 Center Street, across from the Cambria Historical Society. Beverages and snacks will be available for purchase and a gorgeous piece of fine art and lunch for two from one of our favorite restaurants will be raffled. Tickets are $10 at the gate; children under twelve are free. Please bring your own seating. No smoking or dogs off leash in the reserve. Don't miss this chance to hear Jill and support conservation in SLO County's North Coast area. For more information, please call 805-927-2866.


valuta vietnam forex Save the Trees, Save the Bees Weekend

خيارات السماسرة الثنائية كوم Greenspace and the Beautify Cambria Association are collaborating to host Save the Trees, Save the Bees Weekend.

When:             Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. 

Where:            Greenspace Creekside Reserve

      2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


On Saturday, from 1-4 p.m. at Greenspace’s Creekside Reserve, the Festival for the Forest will featurelive music by Central Coast favorites, the Zen Mountain Poets, and art work by students in Greenspace’s collaborative environmental field education program with Santa Lucia Middle School. Healthy Monterey pine seedlings will be for sale and visitors can learn more about the pines, their eco-niche on the Central Coast and living in the forest. Beverages and snacks will be available. Visitors can also bring chairs. Beverages and snacks will be available. Tickets are $10 at the gate; children under 14 are admitted free.


“Proceeds go to conserving Cambria’s Monterey pine forest,” said Greenspace Executive Director Connie Gannon. “Our Monterey pines are genetically unique and constitute one of only three natural stands in the world. As forest dwellers, it’s important to understand how to live with the trees” This Arbor Day event will entertain and inform, she said. “People can listen to great music, dance, enjoy good food, learn about Monterey pines, and come away with their own trees to help regenerate the forest.”


On Sunday, Beautify Cambria will host its first Bee Faire, a celebration of bees and other pollinators. Vendors will offer local honeys and honey foods (both sweet and savory), beauty products and other honey goods, mead made from sustainably harvested California honey, bee-themed jewelry, exotic honeys from around the world to taste with wine, pollinator-friendly plants for sale and more. There will be a hands-on beeswax candle-making class, face painting and coloring for children, and exhibits including an observation beehive. Speakers will present information on backyard beekeeping, honey and health, colony collapse disorder, humane hive relocation, and native bumble bees. America’s Honey Queen, Kim Kester, will be in attendance, and kick off the weekend with a talk at the Cambria Library on Friday at 4 p.m. The Bee Faire will wrap up with the Buzzy Pups parade, a celebration of dogs in bee costumes!


“This is an opportunity for people to learn how absolutely critical bees are in so many aspects of our lives, and how threatened they are,” said Vari MacNeil, president of Beautify Cambria. “We hope people will enjoy themselves, support local artisans and producers, while raising their own awareness of the plight of bees and learning how they can help bees and other pollinators rebound to health.”



ثنائية بلوق استراتيجية الخيار Speaker Series: سعر الذهب اليوم في السعودية بالجرام Bruce Julian, Ph.D. Geophysicist and Seismologist 

بيع وشراء الذهب "Shake and Quake: Earthquakes Good and Bad"

Sunday, Janurary 10th,  3-5pm

Cambria Vets Hall, 1000 Main Street Cambria, CA

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Every earthquake reveals more detail about the shifting plates beneath. That’s the good side of earthquakes; they allow geophysics researchers to learn more about where the faults in the Earth’s crust are and how they are likely to behave. The bad side is that earthquakes throw the humans who live on the surface into chaos.


Geophysicist Bruce Julian has made studying the cracks and strains in the Earth’s crust his life work. Plate tectonics explains that the surface where we live sits on rocky plates that are granitic on top and denser beneath. Those plates move, creating the mountains and valleys on the surface – and causing earthquakes. Dr Julian will come to the Central Coast to discuss the behavior of earthquakes and what scientists are learning from them on January 10, 2016 in a talk sponsored by Greenspace – The Cambria Land Trust.


Californians live over a system of faults in the tectonic plates below. “There are little faults everywhere,” Dr. Julian said. ”Most Californians should assume that they are living near a fault.” 


Despite the years of study, geophysicists can’t predict exactly when and how those faults will slip and cause an earthquake. People have to be prepared for the inevitable. “As a general principle,” he said, “be prepared to take care of yourself for a while.”


Dr. Julian will talk about his work and answer questions from Cambrians at the Vets Hall, January 10, 3-5 pm. A $10 donation is suggested. He welcomes questions submitted in advance, via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For more information, please contact Greenspace at 927-2866 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




وش افضل اسهم Speaker Series: Timothy La Salle, Ph.D. to speak on "How Can Growing Food Reverse Climate Change?"


soil“Agriculture has created the basis of civilization as we know it,” says Dr. Timothy La Salle, former director of the Allan Savory Center for Holistic Land Management. “Problematically in today's climate-challenged world, food production--like most everything else we consume--is contributing to increases in greenhouse gases.  But research now shows that we can invert agriculture's emissions, so that growing crops and raising livestock can actually sequester carbon.”


On Sunday, November 15, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cambria Vets Hall, Greenspace – The Cambria Land Trust will host “Can Growing Food Reverse Climate Change?”,a presentation by La Salle on his work with farmers in drought-stricken Africa and in San Luis Obispo County. His research demonstrates how soil management and growing crops with certain characteristics can improve the land’s ability to take in and store carbon and other gases that are contributing to rapid changes in the global climate.


Born into a dairy and orchard farming family in the Central Valley, Dr. La Salle attended Cal Poly, obtaining a degree in dairy sciences. He taught in the dairy program in the 1980s. He later completed a Ph.D. in depth psychology at Pacifica Institute in Santa Barbara and served as from 2003-2007 as CEO of the Rodale Institute, which is dedicated to organic farming research and outreach.  He currently is a research consultant for the Howard G. Buffett Foundation’s program, Conservation Agriculture for Smallholder Farmers, and has done extensive work in south central Africa.


“Carbon sequestration via agriculture provides humanity with an almost unique opportunity to draw-down our legacy levels of greenhouse gases, even back to preindustrial levels,” La Salle says. “It has become extremely productive and efficient in many parts of the world and has helped economies grow and countries evolve.” Join Greenspace to learn more about the critical role of ranching and farming in shaping a carbon-neutral world. Call 927-2866 or vist our Contact us  page for more information. 


When:             Sunday, November 15,  3-5pm


Where:            Cambria Vets Hall 

     1000 Main Street Cambria, CA


Qi Gong Demonstration and Cambria Chinese Temple Tour


Instructor Devin Wallace will hold a demonstration of Qi Gong, which translates to 'Life Energy Cultivation'. Devin Wallace was certified to teach by Master Lee Holden, a disciple of Grandmaster Mantak Chia. In addition to qi gong, Devin Wallace serves as an instructor of applied meditation, and is a certified clinical and medical hypnotherapist. Wallace is currently teaching at the Hearst Cancer Resource Center, the Yoga Center of Morro Bay, and Los Osos Fitness, in addition to private instruction. 


At the event, the Cambria Chinese Temple will be open to the public for tours.  Contact us for more information or visit Devin's website at


When:             Sunday, October 11th from 1-3pm


Where:            Greenspace Creekside Reserve

      2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


Outdoor Concert featuring Choro de Ouro and Latin American Themed Art Sale


Winding up our summer festivities, Greenspace will be holding an outdoor concert featuring the Brazilian Choro group, 'Choro de Ouro'. The performance will be accompanied by an art sale featuring Latin American themed works. Tickets will be available for $10 at the gate.



When:             Saturday August 29 from 3-5pm.


Where:            Greenspace Creekside Reserve

      2264 Center St. Cambria, CA متى يبدا تداول اسهم اسواق المزرعه Greenspace Presents the 4th Annual Art & Adventure Dinner & Auction

Each summer, Greenspace presents our exciting Art and Adventure Auction. Including a fabulous dinner prepared by Robin's Restaurant, the auction is a lively exciting evening of catching up with friends, learning about the work of Greenspace, and bidding on a fine selection of art donated by locally and nationally known artists. Adventure trips to be auctioned range from exquisite nearby get-aways to a cruise in the commander stateroom aboard a turn-of-the-century coastal steamer on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. 

Contact us to get your tickets soon as seats are limited and going fast.  Tickets are $100 per person and tax deductible. Click here to preview the auction program.  Click here to contact us on how to get your tickets. 

When:      Saturday, July 18 beginning at 5pm

Where:     Begins at Greenspace Creekside Reserve

2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


اسهم شركة اسمنت ام القرى Father's Day and Summer Solstice Picnic in the Park and Music Jam at the Greenspace Creekside Reserve. 

Bring your own chairs, blankets, picnics and/or acoustic instruments. We will celebrate the day at the Creekside Reserve on Center Street, to welcome the season and to honor fathers, good friends and family. The event is free of charge. No alcohol, no smoking, and pets are welcome but must be on a leash.

When:       Sunday, June 21st from 12-3pm

Where:      Greenspace Creekside Reserve

 2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


June 6, 2015

تاجر خيارات ثنائية أداة البصيرة Greenspace President Wayne Attoe to speak and sign copies for his Cambria book launch.  

Come help celebrate the launch of Wayne Attoe's latest book titled Cambria, an illustrated history of the Cambria area with special attention to the ways people have engaged with its signature Monterey pine forest.  The book is part of the "Images of America Series" by Arcadia Publishing which chronicles the people, places, and events that define a community.  

The event is hosted by the Cambria Historical Society and by Greenspace - The Cambria Land Trust.  Join us at the Greenspace Creekside Reserve, 2264 Center St. on June 6th.  The book launch will begin at 1:30pm when Wayne will talk about his experiences from writing the book. Refreshments will be served and the Cambria Chinese Temple will be open for viewing.  

Following the talk, the event will continue across Center Street at the Cambria Historical Museum Garden, where copies of the book will be available for sale for and Wayne will sign copies. The Cambria Historical Museum will be open for viewing.  

When:       Saturday, June 6th beginning at 1:30pm

Where:      Greenspace Creekside Reserve

2264 Center St. Cambria, CA


April 19, 2015

Speaker Series: Photographer and Author John Weller to Speak April 19th on his book The Last Ocean

"Hunting parties of Adélie penguins exploded from the water like so many corks, crash-landing on thebroken puzzle of floating ice," says John Weller of one voyage on the Ross Sea off Antarctica. "Those etched pieces of ice surely floated out to sea and melted sometime in 2006, but the penguins remain on their paths, tracking across new flotillas of ice every year as their world transforms faster and faster around them."

John Weller's new book, The Last Ocean, offers a rare glimpse into life in Antarctica's Ross Sea. In exquisite photographs, he takes us above and below the icy ocean surface, sharing what he has learned about our changing oceans through a decade of research and photography in this amazing world.

John Weller is an acclaimed photographer, writer and filmmaker based in Boulder, Colorado. Nature photography has been his passion since childhood. After graduating from Stanford University, Weller began pursuing media full time. He studied with photographer William Neill and has photographed extensively in Great Sand Dunes National Park, Antarctica and the southern oceans.

Join Greenspace from 3:00-4:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 19 at the Vets Hall, 1000 Main St. in Cambria, for an Earth Day celebration with Weller, who will present his extraordinary photographic record of the far southern seas. The Last Ocean will be available to purchase and the author will sign copies.

Suggested donation for the event is $10, to support the coastal, watershed and forest conservation work of Greenspace. Contact Connie at 805-927-2866 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


 April 11, 2015

Geology and Wildflower Walk with David Chipping, Montana de Oro State Park, April 11, 2015 from 9 a.m. to Noon

David Chipping is Professor Emeritus of geology at Cal Poly and has a wealth of knowledge about our region's geological history. He served as past Vice President of the California Native Plant Society, and is the current Conservation Chair of the San Luis Obispo Chapter.

 Our fairly easy hike will take us across the fields to view the cliffs and rock formations of Montana de Oro. We hope to see some of the "stars" of our local blossoming plants and learn more about the vital roles they play in these ecosystems.

 The $40 cost includes a boxed lunch from Indigo Moon in Cambria. Proceeds support the land conservation work of Greenspace. Carpooling is available. Please bring a hat and sunscreen.

 Reservations are requested, as space is limited.

 Please RSVP by April 9 by calling 927-2866 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



 December 29, 2014

2015 Speaker's Series Kicks-off January 25th with Dr. Lisa Molin

Save the date! Local physician, Dr. Lisa Molin, will kick off the 2015 Speaker Series with a lecture on how you can help the earth while improving your health. She’ll discuss three New Year’s resolutions we can all make to reduce our carbon footprint: 1) Eat local; 2) Eat less meat; 3) Eat less processed food. Tickets for the lecture will be available at the door for $5 per person and proceeds will benefit Greenspace, a nonprofit organization protecting the North Coast of San Luis Obispo County. It will be held Sunday, January 25th from 3:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 786 Arlington Street in Cambria. Light, healthy refreshments will be served. For more information, contact the Greenspace office at (805) 927-2866.



December 1, 2014

Greenspace welcomes Connie Gannon as New Executive Director

Connie Gannon joined Greenspace on December 1st of this year as the new Executive Director to guide the organization into the new year and beyond.  She brings a wealth of experience in grant writing, public speaking, community outreach and developing and directing programs for non-profits and educational organizations.  She also has strong ties to the land, being a fifth-generation coastal Californian and former resident of Cambria.  Read more in Kathe Tanner's interview with Connie here .  Or find out for yourself by stopping by the office to say "hello"!


Press Releases

Greenspace Expands Strawberry Canyon - September 2014






Greenspace and the Beautify Cambria Association are collaborating to host Save the Trees, Save the Bees Weekend on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1. 


Greenspace, the Cambria Land Trust 

P.O. Box 1505
4251 Bridge Street, Suite B, Cambria, CA  93428
805 - 927 - 2866       |       This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





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