• Protecting San Diego's Resources
  • Managing Mitigation Lands
  • Respecting and Protecting Wildlife
  • Protecting San Diego's Resources
  • Managing Mitigation Lands
  • Respecting and Protecting Wildlife
  • Protecting San Diego's Resources
  • Respecting and Protecting Wildlife
  • Managing Mitigation Lands
  • Respecting and Protecting Wildlife

About San Diego Habitat Conservancy

San Diego Habitat Conservancy (SDHC) is a nationally accredited land trust working since 2004 to acquire, manage, and protect land that supports sensitive habitats and species. Our vision is a healthy, natural environment that engages the commitment of people and communities, creates a legacy, and improves the quality of life for all living things. SDHC is one of only a few nonprofit habitat managers working with developers, municipalities, and agencies throughout the region to strike a critical balance between development and the protection of our valuable habitat.

Our Mission

To conserve and manage sensitive habitats and species while inspiring land stewardship through education and outreach.

 

More Information for

Supporters
SDHC is always looking for volunteers.  Find out more about current opportunites by clicking on the Donate/ Volunteer tab above.

Developers
SDHC is actively seeking additional lands to manage.  If you are looking for an organization to manage your mitigation lands, you can find additional information about our programs here.

Conservancy News

 

·  February 5, 2018 – SDHC IS HIRING. We are looking for an experienced Assistant Habitat Manager to join our team and help us manage all 22 of SDHC’s open space preserves. Take a look at the job announcement for more details. Cover letter and resume due by February 27, 2018 to Executive Director Don Scoles at dons@sdhabitat.org. No phone inquiries, please.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read SDHC’s latest newsletter, Habitat Happenings, to learn about the newest faces at SDHC, the burrowing owl from a video by Lauren and Meadow, the California scrub jay, and much more! Click here to have our newsletters delivered directly to your inbox.