What's Behind the Moore Foundation’s Fight to Save Redwood Forests?

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation recently sent another million dollars over to the Peninsula Open Space Trust to save redwood forests in the Bay Area. This isn’t the first property acquisition land grant that the Moore Foundation has committed to, but there are still 30,000 acres of unprotected redwoods in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties.
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How the Hewlett Foundation is Bringing Parks to the People

San Francisco was home to William and Flora Hewlett, and today their Foundation gives back to the Bay Area community in a big way. In particular, the Hewlett Foundation’s Serving Bay Area Communities program is focused on preserving open space and getting people back outdoors. Through a variety of grants, the Hewlett Foundation is ensuring San Francisco preserves and increases its park space.
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Can the Moore Foundation Save San Francisco’s Wetlands?

A person working in the coastal arena might pass over the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation’s San Francisco program as it focuses only on Land Conservation and Science/Tech Museums. This would be a mistake as the Land Conservation program also invests in wetlands, a vital part of marine ecology.
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