The Controversy Over Richmond's Point Molate
Citizens for East Shore Parks (CESP) Executive
Director Robert Cheasty speaks at the League
of Women Voters of Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville

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Saving Point Molate: A Letter from CESP
Executive Director Robert Cheasty

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Point Molate Photo by Roberta Wyn

Albany Shoreline at 2 meter sea rise, at King Tide.
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Conservation is an investment that does not lose
its value. Please help CESP secure future parks
and open space.

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CESP is the driving force behind the local shoreline
park movement, involving thousands of
community residents over three decades.

Our Projects

Photo by Peter B.

Citizens for East Shore Parks mission is to create
a necklace of shoreline parks from the Oakland
Estuary to the Carquinez Strait.

About Us

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CESP Accomplishments

  • Acres Protected - 1800
  • Miles of Shoreline Park Created - 8.5
  • Years of leadership - 34
  • Park named after CESP Co-Founder Sylvia McLaughlin - 2012

Bay Nature: How the Eastshore State Park Became a Park for the People

Bay Nature article from 2017 celebrates the history of McLaughlin Eastshore State Park. Click here to read the article.

Creating The Eastshore State Park An Activist History By Norman La Force

Click here to download or order the complete history of the Citizens for East Shore Parks and the founding of the Eastshore State Park.

Our Mission

The mission of Citizens for East Shore Parks (CESP) is to create a necklace of shoreline parks from the Oakland Estuary to the Carquinez Strait.

CESP works to conserve natural resources and wildlife habitat and to secure public access to shoreline open space along our magnificent East Bay shoreline.

Our Resilient Shoreline Program addressing sea rise and the effects of climate change is a natural extension of our mission.

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NBC Bay Area: Groups Fight Over New Richmond Housing Project Near Contaminated Site, CESP Executive Director Robert Cheasty interviewed in story

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