California King Tides Project

Anyone can participate in the King Tides Project! All you need is a cell phone or digital camera and access to a tidally-influenced shoreline. The highest high tides come to California during the winter months when they combine with the winter storm season. The term “King Tide” describes an especially Read more…

Rose Creek Bikeway Update

Rose Creek Bikeway Rides Forward Over the past few months, SANDAG construction crews made significant progress constructing the two-mile long Rose Creek Bikeway that runs along Santa Fe Street between the cul-de-sac at the northern end (south of SR 52) and the new Mission Bay Drive undercrossing (north of Garnet Read more…

Black Birders Week (May 31 – June 5)

Inaugural Black Birders Week Runs Through This Friday, June 5th   Within a matter of days after the Christian Cooper incident, a coalition of scientists, birders, and outdoor advocates launched a campaign to encourage birding and related outdoor activities among persons and communities of color under the name and hashtag Read more…

Don’t Plant a Pest

Spending time in your garden?   Learn what garden plants beautify your home without wrecking havoc on San Diego’s wild places. The Don’t Plant a Pest! program is the result of collaboration between the ecological restoration and horticultural communities.Not only does the program identify what NOT to plant, it provides alternatives Read more…