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We hope you’re safe and taking the recommendations by the CDC seriously. For the time being we will be working behind the scenes on our Princess Street Coastal Trail, our annual Environmental Leadership Summit, Saving San Diego’s Special Species, and ReWild Mission Bay, among other projects. We intend to keep on doing what we do because the environment is vitally important for future generations.
Another Memorable Love Your Wetlands Day at Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve Thank you to everyone who stopped by Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve last Saturday for the 15th annual Love Your Wetlands Day, presented by San Diego Audubon and the UC Natural Reserve System. Over...
EarthFair 2020 will be our 30th anniversary Earth Day Fair, and the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day! Thousands of people will be looking for new things to do in honor of Earth Day. Present your product, service or message to more than 50,000 interested San...
Rock for the Environment presented by www.stopsprawl.org, on Feb 16, 2020 at the Escondido California Center for the Arts. Visit their site for tickets and more information.
Environmental Center of San Diego gets coverage through San Dieguito River Park group.
Will Cal Fire’s plan to rip out vegetation in San Diego lead to an explosion in flammable invasive grasses?
Will Cal Fire’s plan to rip out vegetation in San Diego lead to an explosion in flammable invasive grasses? Highly flammable nonnative plants have increasingly played a major role in Southern California’s struggles with wildfire — providing kindling along roadsides...
Take Action Opportunities from Preserving Biodiversity: From Science to Action Saturday, September 28, 2019 Thank you everyone for attending the 3rd Environmental Leadership Summit. We appreciate your attendance and support. From loss of habitat to...
A sobering report on the problem of locating housing in extreme fire risk areas, such as is proposed with Harvest Hills in Escondido. Read especially part 2-4. JULY 31, 2019Gone Decades of greed, neglect, corruption, and bad politics led to last year’s Paradise fire,...
Another reason the Environmental Center of San Diego continues to work so hard to protect the environment. NY Times - By Carl Zimmer - Published Sept. 19, 2019 Updated Sept. 20, 2019, 11:03 a.m. ET The skies are emptying out. The number of birds in the United States...
By MATT O’MALLEY - San Diego Union Tribune - SEP. 18, 2019 3:30 PM If you’re a local and have hosted a visitor to San Diego, you’ve probably felt pride as you’ve guided people to take in Coronado Beach, Pacific Beach, La Jolla Cove, our parks and swimming holes along...
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