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Chinese Cultural Site: Restoration of a modest 19th century Chinese temple on the site of Cambria’s historical "Chinese Center." This is one of only five remaining in California. Get more info on the Creekside Reserve and Chinese Temple.


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Greenspace Creekside Reserve: The only park within Cambria’s commercial area, it has open areas, benches and a fountain as well as a riparian woodland along Santa Rosa Creek. The 1.6-acre site harbores the 19th Century Temple noted above. 

Pocket Parks: Twenty six small, typically wooded areas scattered throughout Cambria, many with memorial benches. One of our pocket parks is the site of an organic garden with plots available to Cambrians.

Strawberry Canyon: A pristine 22-acre forest preserve within Cambria with a hiking trail.


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This effort includes nature hikes, workshops, lecture series, brochures, newspaper columns, scholarships, youth programs and community awareness events, along with The Watershed, our periodic newsletter which is mailed to all residents. The Insider, offering a monthly discussion of an environmental issue with local interest, is mailed to members.


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Successful advocacy efforts in conjunction with other groups have resulted in the conservation of many forested areas of Cambria including the Fiscalini Ranch (formerly East/West Ranch), and the Covell Ranch. We supported efforts to create the Cambria State Marine Park, and defended conservation easements from encroachment or development.

Greenspace has been successful in reducing the negative effects of weed abatement and lot clearing proposals by actively participating in ordinance creation. We offer solutions to impacts caused by building plans and projects that can negatively affect the forest and creeks.

We develop research and recommendations to inform and influence decision-making; for example, developing a policy for utilizing, handling and disposing of infected pine material; and conducting an inventory and evaluation of road culverts associated with coastal streams.

In addition, Greenspace co-founded the California Pitch Canker Task Force and co-founded the Cambria Forest Committee which produced The Cambria Forest Management Plan. Greenspace is a past board member on the Planning and Conservation League, an important environmental lobbying organization in California. We are an elected member of the Tri-County Fish Team which includes representatives from San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties.

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4251 Bridge Street, Suite B, Cambria, CA  93428
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