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.
We are so excited for this latest acquisition of 13.35 acres to increase the divergent forest ecology of Strawberry Canyon. The possibility of a trail connecting Lodge Hill to the coastal area adjacent to Camp Ocean Pines is such a gift for the community.
For more than 30 years, Greenspace - The Cambria Land Trust has worked to acquire and preserve properties in Cambria, California. We are also active in providing education and advocacy on environmental issues.
Our office at 4251 Bridge Street (just above Linn's "Easy as Pie" Cafe) is open most Mondays and Tuesdays from Noon to 4PM.
You can reach Karin Argano, our office manager by calling (805) 927-2866
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Thanks for your interest in Greenspace.
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.