Author: Megan Fluke

Help Us Reach Our $40K Goal
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Help Us Reach Our $40K Goal

[thermometer raised=33394 target=40000 width=150px align=left alt=‘Thanks for the donations!’ trailing=false] Thanks to the generous gifts of our board members, we have a $20K matching gift for the month of April. That’s right, all gifts made to Committee for Green Foothills this month will be doubled (up to $20K)!  To support our work in protecting local...

Note From Megan On A “Day Without A Woman”
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Note From Megan On A “Day Without A Woman”

Dear Friends, Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 8, is International Women’s Day and a “Day Without A Woman” Strike. For those of you going on strike that day – all the power to you! It’s no secret that the local environmental movement has a super-majority of women as staff and volunteers. In fact, our entire staff at Committee...

Happy NYE! I’m Looking Forward to 2017
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Happy NYE! I’m Looking Forward to 2017

With just hours left in the year, I want to tell you how proud I am of what we accomplished together in 2016.    As I ring in the New Year tonight, I’ll give my husband and daughter a kiss and then raise a glass to you. You are the only reason local open space has a...

Thank You Lucrecia & Ricardo #PeopleWeLove
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Thank You Lucrecia & Ricardo #PeopleWeLove

Today I’d like to share our final story of #PeopleWeLove, Lucrecia and Ricardo Rivera. Lucrecia and Ricardo are two of the many wonderful people who make our work possible. Join them and make your year-end gift to Committee for Green Foothills today. Lucrecia and Ricardo were first introduced to Committee for Green Foothills when Lucrecia participated...

Thank You Bill & Kathy #PeopleWeLove
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Thank You Bill & Kathy #PeopleWeLove

Today I’d like to introduce you to Bill and Kathy Korbholz, two more #PeopleWeLove who are standing up to protect local nature. Join them and make your year-end gift to Committee for Green Foothills today. Residents of Redwood City, Bill and Kathy were a key part of the team that ensured Edgewood Park would become one...

Great things happened locally in 2016
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Great things happened locally in 2016

Dear Friends, As I look back on 2016, I am in awe by all that we have accomplished together. The good work you make possible never ceases to amaze me. Let’s take pause to celebrate the many wins for local open space that you made possible in 2016: Gilroy: Citizen-led Measure H, urban growth boundary...

Our favorite surfer, Edo #PeopleWeLove
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Our favorite surfer, Edo #PeopleWeLove

Happy #GivingTuesday! I hope you found time to get outside and work off all that turkey (or Tofurky) over the Thanksgiving weekend.   This holiday season we are celebrating the #PeopleWeLove. I’d like to introduce you to Edo Larenas, just one of the many people who give local nature a voice. Join Edo by making...

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Thankful for You #PeopleWeLove

With so much nature and parkland in and surrounding our cities, there is no question that our region is a special place. This holiday season we give thanks to you, the people who give local open space a voice as members of Committee for Green Foothills.  Over the next month we’ll be highlighting a few stories...

A message from our Executive Director…
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A message from our Executive Director…

Dear Friends, This week has been a hard one for me. As a parent. As someone who knows we’ve reached the climate tipping point. As someone who cares deeply about equity. The list goes on and on. The question we each have to answer right now is, “What am I going to do to make...

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