Show your support for Greenspace by purchasing items from our shop. Show off the Greenspace logo on hats, water bottles and more. You'll be a part of helping us introduce the organization to new audiences and communicating our mission. Or purchase merchandise that doesn't bear our logo, but was graciously donated by our supporters. Any and all purchases directly benefit the organization. All prices include CA sales tax.
Items can be picked up or purchased at our office located at 4251 Bridge Street in Cambria. We're the first door when you reach the top of the stairs above Linn's Easy As Pie Cafe. Please wear a mask and call ahead to make an appointment with us.
This delightful book written and illustrated by long-time Greenspace board members Wayne Attoe and Arthur Van Rhyn celebrates the 25th anniversary of our organization. It chronicles the history of Greenspace since it was founded in 1988. It describes the many accomplishments of the organization since its inception through the combined efforts of board, staff and supporters. The book is 139 pages and is available in both paperback and hard cover. The hard cover edition is $100.
Buy either of our beautiful, limited, original edition Greenspace Art Auction Posters. Specify with your payment which poster you want.
1989 (above): California poppies and wildflowers in this original 1st edition poster by Ann Laddon in, originally created for Greenspace's First Annual Art Auction.
1990 (below): View of our beautiful coastal hills rolling behind our forest from an estuarine outlet into the Pacific. Painted by Kristy Shaw.
Our most popular item! Enjoy delicious recipes from the “Men of Cambria Cook” book by Victoria Krassensky and Craig Loud which features recipes by Cambria residents. From main dishes and desserts to salads and sides, these guys love to cook. It showcases the culinary skills, favorite recipes, and varied lives of 27 multitalented and culturally diverse men who call this community home.
This cookbook is not only a treasury of great recipes. It also contains wonderful stories about interesting lives. The special beauty of the place is clearly depicted in photographs by Craig Loud. More than 400 images of local landscapes, beautifully prepared food and the cooks themselves make this a page-turner that is fun just to curl up and read, even before you begin using the mouth-watering recipes.