Port Costa Conservation Society

1 Plaza Del Hambre
Port Costa, CA 94569

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About Us:

The Port Costa Conservation Society (PCCS) is an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff.  All project oversight, maintenance, fund raisers, publicity, grant proposals, financial reports and tax filings are done by volunteers.

The PCCS was formed in 1978 and founded in 1979 by local residents to provide stewardship of a scenic 83-acre parcel of land on the Carquinez Strait donated by Time Oil Co. of Martinez.  This land is now maintained by the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRDP) as part of the Carquinez Strait Regional Shoreline Park, 1,415 acres of bluffs and waterfront featuring calendar-picture views, wooded trails and abundant wildlife.

Mission statement:

Preserving for public benefit 83 Acres East of Port Costa as a wildlife preserve and the historic 1911 Port Costa school building which is on the National Register of Historic Places as an historical resource for community, civic and recreational uses.

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