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Saturday, September 24, 2022

New San Diego Parks...

SAN DIEGO COUNTY Lands saved 2018-2022:

Jul 10, 2018 @escondidocreek
The Los Cielos Preserve has been steadily growing since 2010 and now totals 905 acres, adding 45 acres this spring!


7/25/2018 @escondidocreek
Save 1000 Acres: Ready To Soar -The Conservancy is thrilled to announce that we have received preliminary funding commitments totaling $6.8 million to preserve the 693-acre.


Jul 23, 2020 @escondidocreek
We are pleased to announce that the Conservancy is currently in escrow to purchase the Leomar Preserve, 80 acres of wildlife-rich land adjacent to the Gaty reservoir above Rancho Summit Road in Olivenhain, in the lower Escondido Creek watershed!


The Escondido Creek Conservancy will receive a $500,000 donation to support its work to protect and restore the Escondido Creek watershed. The donors, who wish to remain anonymous...
Founded in 1991, the Conservancy owns or manages nearly 3,000 acres of wildlife preserves located between Lake Wohlford and Olivenhain. Escondido Creek begins above Lake Wohlford and drains into the ocean via the San Elijo Lagoon in Encinitas.


Jul 1, 2022 @escondidocreek
The Conservancy has made some big acquisitions over the past few years—more than 1000 acres since 2018! Please consider a donation to enable us to continue connecting & conserving protected spaces in the watershed.

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