The North Coast area of San Luis Obispo County is a national treasure. Greenspace will protect and enhance its ecological systems, cultural resources and marine habitats through land acquisition and management, public education and advocacy.
It is easy to support Greenspace Cambria' mission of environmental advocacy and reforestation on the North coast of SLO. Send us a donation today!
Our Monterey pines in Cambria are unique, one of only five native stands remaining in the world. These sturdy, special trees add beauty and shade to our communities and properties. Monterey pines provide valuable food and shelter for local central coast wildlife.
Almost half of the Monterey pines in Cambria have been lost to development, disease and infestations. You can help reverse this decline by planting a Greenspace Cambria pine seedling -grown from locally collected seed.
Greenspace annual Art and Adventure Auction was not a possibility due to pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Besides missing having fun with friends of Greenspace, we are working hard to make up for the funds this event usually raises for us. To view items that have been donated please visit our Greenspace Ebay Store!
For more than 30 years, we at Greenspace Cambria have worked hard to keep this fragile landscape healthy in order to sustain our little community. It’s never been an easy goal but it’s always been worth it. Now like so many people, we are facing the challenge of protecting our environment from home, and we are turning to our awesome Greenspace community for help.
For more ways to help support Greenspace Cambria's mission of environmental advocacy through these tough times, support us through a donation (follow the link above) or check out our Get Involved page for more information.
We are adjusting to the many impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our daily lives, our families, our communities, and the world. Our office will be closed until further notice except by appointment. For more information, to inquire about our programs, to let us know how we're doing or how we can better support you and yours' enjoyment of our green spaces, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (805) 927 2866