We asked a lot of you this year. You signed petitions, sent letters, collected signatures, attended meetings, and donated generously. You made a difference. On behalf of all of us with Committee for Green Foothills, thank you for what you made possible. Below is a timeline of our favorite moments from this year.
8 Big Moments of 2019
January 15, 2019
January 22, 2019
200+ people participated at our Rally for Coyote Valley at San Jose City Hall
June 8, 2019
Bear Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve opened to the public. In the 1990s, we stopped development proposals from destroying this 1,500 acre landscape, POST and MidPen went on to buy
June 20, 2019
Los Gatos Town Council approved a first of- its-kind wildlife-friendly fence ordinance after 2 years of our advocacy work with community members
June 21, 2019
We unveiled an interpretive panel at Devil’s Slide in honor of Lennie Robert’s decades of work to protect the coast
September 24, 2019
With Save the Bay, Citizens Committee to Complete the Refuge, and Bay Keeper, we sued the Trump Administration in response to giving up Clean Water Act jurisdiction over the Cargill salt ponds in Redwood City
October 24, 2019
After our extensive effort to garner public support that included gathering 2,000+ petition signatures, the State Lands Commission approved the Burlingame Shoreline Park
November 6, 2019
After 40 years of advocacy, we celebrated the permanent protection of 937 acres of land in Coyote Valley
I am proud of what we do at Committee for Green Foothills. Together we are creating a region that will serve as a model for how a community can thrive as a result of land use decisions made in balance with and respect for nature.
2020 is going to be a big year for Committee for Green Foothills. Stand with us by making a donation of $20, $50, $100, or $500 this year end.
I am grateful for you today and always.