SPAN supports efforts to protect state parks
SPAN supports efforts to increase public access to state parks
SPAN supports efforts to strengthen and diversify state park funding
SPAN supports efforts to enhance state parks
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Members of the State Park Action Network have rallied together to support SB 317, which would provide $200 million for state parks and $50 million for enterprise activities to increase revenue generation at state parks.read more
Members of SPAN are encouraged to join state park supporters from throughout California at CSPF’s 13th Annual Park Advocacy Day on May 5th in Sacramento!read more
We will be hosting a “California’s State Parks are Great Places for You and Me Expo” in conjunction with CSPF’s 13th Annual Park Advocacy Day to inform legislators, legislative staff and others in the Capitol community about the many exciting and innovative programs, events and activities taking place in California’s 280 state parks.read more
Join SPAN!Join our statewide efforts to raise awareness of California’s state parks and advocate in support of policies that will move state parks toward a vision of excellence.
California State Parks in the news…
The bigger issue, one that will be taken up by the Coastal Commission at its meeting in San Rafael Wednesday, concerns who gets to make the final call. Staff is encouraging the commission members to take it on themselves, and it makes a good argument.
The vast and varied California state parks system boasts abundant natural beauty, but is extremely light on cash and has been beset with problems for years.
This year Parks Forward, an independent commission dedicated to assisting California’s Department of Parks and Recreation, released a set of recommendations to fix what many parks advocates have called a “major crisis”.