The Kumeyaay were the inhabitants of Rose Creek when the Spanish arrived. In an attempt to share the history of Rose Creek, the series of blog posts called “Kumeyaay Corner” will highlight native produced and freely shared cultural information on their world.
Cinon Duro Mataweer is a famous spiritual leader or tribal shaman. His tribe has occupied this area for 600 generations. To learn more, visit http://www.kumeyaay.info/ or click here for more details on Cinon Mataweer.
Rose Creek Homeowner · February 10, 2018 at 11:55 AM
It is nice that you folks think you are doiing something for the environment around OUR neighborhood creek. CLEANING UP should be your priority, not trimming down trees or shrubs used by the Creek’s wildlife. It is more pleasing on th eyes to wildlife flourishing, if you actually lived here you would understand.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR HANDS OF BIRD NESTING AREAS, NATIVE OR NOT !!
PLEASE CLEAN UP THE FIRE HAZARDS OF DRIED TUMBLE WEEDS AND SUCH.
Saturday February 10th, a few of the “friends completely tore down a bird sactuary pepper tree at the creeks edge. That is not HELPING anyone but youreselves who shoul dbe focused on REDUCINMG FIRE HAZARDS and relocating camping HOMELESS PEOPLE who quite a bit less fortunbate than you folks.
Karin · February 10, 2018 at 2:56 PM
Just to clarify, we cut down an invasive, non-native Brazilian Pepper tree growing in and clogging a storm drain. We reported the clogged storm drain to the City and asked them to clean the drain to allow the drain to do its work during storm events.
I too am a home owner along Rose Creek. The Friends of Rose Creek does work in a wide range of areas and on differing issues. Any one day may find us working on one project or another. The issues we address are multifaceted and we welcome all people to get involved.