Stewards' Advocacy

The California State Parks system needs our support!  Since the 1980's, California's state parks have been enduring budget cuts that have resulted in a $1.2 billion deferred maintenance backlog. Recently the National Trust for Historic Preservation put California's state parks system on its list of the 11 Most Endangered Places in the United States. Stewards consistently works to advocate for our parks and keep our members and supporters up-to-date on how they can join us in this effort.

Garnering Support for our State Parks
April 22, 2011
Thanks to each and every one of you who have done something this past week to support our State Parks...

How you can help save our State parks
Become a volunteer...

Plan to Save Austin Creek
Austin Creek State Recreation Area is comprised of 5,683 acres of oak woodlands, redwood forest, the headwaters of East Austin Creek, Fife Creek and Gilliam Creek...

State Park Budget
March 25, 2011
In recent days, our State legislators passed a trailer bill that includes an $11 million cut for State Parks...

Park Advocacy Day
March 22, 2011
On March 22nd, members of Stewards and about 160 other State Park advocates went to Sacramento to tell our legislators how important our State Parks are...

Prop 21 - Protect State Parks and Conserve Wildlife
October 2010
Californians Get Free, Year Round, Day - Use Access to State Parks, if Prop. 21 is Adopted... 

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