This talk covers the San Francisco Bay but helps frame the issues around Rose Creek.
What's Happening At The Creek
From bird watching to engaging with the City of San Diego, check out what is happening
The Friends of Rose Creek uses iNaturalist to perform citizen science. You can too!
Come out to any of our events, sign up for our newsletter, or read our blog to learn more.
News, events, and ideas from Rose Creek and our community
Find us on Instagram. Upload your creek and salt marsh photos and tag us @RoseCreekSD
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The Friends of Rose Creek is holding small, in person outdoor events. Social distancing will be required. Please wears masks. No maximum number of attendees as long as we stay in the orange and lower tiers. Please check the calendar a day before the event to insure that it is still happening. Get out and spend some time with your creek!
In the State of California, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency is the lead agency on managing the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit their Public Health Services website for the latest information.
The Friends of Rose Creek advocate for environmental and racial justice and to insure that everyone has access to nature in their community. This is our core, this is who we are. We support Black Lives Matter in the march towards building a better world. We recognize that Rose Creek flows through Kumeyaay land and are honored to do our part in caring for this amazing place. We invite collaboration with all communities.
Our vision is for lower Rose Creek to be an open space park providing recreational and learning opportunities and a clean, healthy, aesthetically pleasing environment for residents, visitors, businesses, and native plants and animals, while serving as an accessible link for bicyclists, pedestrians, and wildlife to move between Rose Canyon Park, Marian Bear Park, Mission Bay Park, and surrounding communities.
Our community partners
Find the creek near Mission Bay High School in Pacific Beach or along Santa Fe Street in Clairemont/Pacific Beach
Monthly Meeting — The first Wednesday of each month @ 6 PM Check the Calendar for details and the agenda.
Native Plant Gardening — the Second Saturday of each month @ 9 AM behind the Rose Creek Cottage. Check the Calendar for details.
What we do — We do clean ups, habitat restoration, and work towards saving this urban creek. Come out and visit the Native Plant Garden behind the Rose Creek Cottage at 2525 Garnet Avenue in Pacific Beach (San Diego, California):