Construction of new steel pipe vehicle barrier fencing is finally underway in South County San Diego after years of fundraising, planning, and permitting. The barriers are being installed along two and one half miles of rural Proctor Valley Road near Jamul to reduce ORV damage to sensitive habitats and to protect several nearby nature preserves including the City of San Diego’s Cornerstone Lands, the Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, and the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading
Do you live in North County San Diego and are you interested in helping with habitat restoration? Then we’ve got a job for you! The Conservancy needs volunteer site stewards at our Carmel Mountain habitat restoration project to help with easy work like stacking dead brush to hide closed paths and to greet preserve visitors with project information, especially during evenings and weekends. Any amount of time or ability is a big help and you can’t beat the ocean views and the smell of sage! Please contact David Hogan if you can help at 619 756-3864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.