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Parks California welcomes the Public Lands Alliance to San Francisco

Parks California is excited to welcome members of the Public Lands Alliance to San Francisco next week and delighted to patriciate in a panel discussion about our new partnership model. The Public Lands Alliance Convention and Trade Show Panel Date + Time: Monday, March 4, from 3:45 – 4:30 pm PST “A New Model for […]

Announcing the 2024 Adventure Pass Grants Program

Parks California, in partnership with California State Parks, is excited to announce the second round of the Adventure Pass Grants Program. The 2024 Adventure Pass Grants Program will help more fourth graders and their families take advantage of the Adventure Pass, which recently tripled the number of park locations – expanding from 19 to 54 […]

Parks California Announces Close to $1 Million in Grant Funding to 2024 Route to Parks Grantees

Grants will be awarded to 29 non-profits working to address equitable access to parks — especially for under-resourced communities in California SACRAMENTO, Calif. – February 14, 2024 – Parks California, the statutory non-profit partner to California State Parks, is proud to announce that 29 non-profit organizations throughout California will receive close to $1 million in […]

Request for Proposals (RFP): Development Contractor

Request for Proposals (RFP): Development Contractor WHO WE ARE Parks California was created to be a new model of public, private, and non-profit partnership. As the official statutory, non-profit partner to California State Parks, working statewide, we’re uniquely positioned to innovate and work hand-in-hand with communities and experts to bring resources together – ensuring that […]

Kindley Walsh Lawlor’s interview with Sustainability Leaders Podcasts

For this episode of Sustainability Leaders Podcasts, our President & CEO Kindley Walsh Lawlor sat down with Melissa Fifield, Head of BMO Climate Institute, to talk about how Parks California is focusing on equitable access and landscape stewardship to help build meaningful connections to nature for everyone.