Willows throughout the Escondido Creek watershed have been declining rapidly. We are still not sure why. However, we have decided to open the trails for now based upon discussions with biologists and soils scientists and recently received DNA results from … Continue reading
Help Needed to Save 1,000 acres in Northern Escondido!
Mark Twain famously said, “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” We are thrilled to announce that we are taking Mark Twain’s words to heart. At the end of 2015, The Escondido Creek Conservancy (TECC) was able to put two … Continue reading
Shot Hole Borer in the Escondido Creek Watershed
For about the past four years now there has been a silent wave of ecological devastation working its way through the wooded areas of San Diego County. Unfortunately, it may now have reached the Escondido Creek watershed. First reported in … Continue reading