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Media Coverage

Carlsbad Raceway Open Space Preserve
The Carlsbad Raceway Preserve, a new addition to SDHC's ever growing list of preserves, was recently  featured in the Union-Tribune. Learn about why this preserve came to be and how it fits in with regional conservation efforts.


Bridges & Santa Fe Creek Open Space Preserve
The Bridges & Santa Fe Creek Open Space Preserve was featuredin the Union-Tribune. The article highlights the efforts of SDHC to preserve this habitat near Rancho Santa Fe for a variety of sensitive species.


Lonestar Open Space Preserve
San Diego Habitat Conservancy’s first preserve in southern San Diego County, the Lonestar Open Space Preserve in Otay Mesa, was highlighted in the Union-Tribune on February 9th.



Press Releases

November 2016 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy has begun managing the 120.5-acre Rancho Coronado Preserve in San Marcos. This preserve is recovering after being burned in the May 2014 Cocos Fire. Learn more by reading our press release

February 2016 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy has received accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the national land conservation organization the Land Trust Alliance. More details about this great accomplishment are available by reading our press release.

February 2016 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy is managing another preserve in Oceanside! We are now managing Mission Vista High School Preserve. Click here to read the full press release.

 

 

Muroya view

October 1, 2015 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy has begun management of Muroya Property Open Space Preserve in Carlsbad! Muroya provides a safe haven for species such as the coastal California gnatcatcher, California adolphia, wart-stemmed ceanothus, Nuttal’s scrub oak, and Engelmann oaks. Click here to read the full press release.

 

May 2015 - San Diego Habitat Conservancy is now managing a property in Oceanside! After years of restoration, SDHC is now managing Seacliff Open Space Preserve which is located along the south side of the San Luis Rey River just steps from the ocean. Click here to read the full press release.

 


March 6, 2015 - BIG NEWS! San Diego Habitat Conservancy will be the long-term manager for the largest land bank ever approved for the protection of the desert tortoise. This will also be the first property SDHC will be managing outside of San Diego County! Click here to read the full press release.


August 2014  - San Diego Habitat Conservancy will be the long-term manager for the 210-acre Ramona Grasslands Conservation Bank located in San Diego County. Click here to read the full press release.

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