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Nature For All

On May 1st, environmental organizations from throughout the state, including The Escondido Creek Conservancy, worked together to urge California's leaders to deliver on the promise of Proposition 68: Outdoor Access for All.  Although Prop 68 was voted and passed on the premise of facilitating equitable...

Five Years of Chaparral Naturalists

A love and curiosity of nature brought together volunteers, educators, community leaders, and college students for the fifth Chaparral Naturalist Course. The Escondido Creek Conservancy has partnered with the California Chaparral Institute to host this unique approach to nature education at the beautiful Elfin Forest...

The Superdoom

How one flower increases fire frequency and reduces biodiversity. Winter rains have graced us with an explosion of floral blooms throughout the Escondido Creek watershed. But along with our native flowering shrubs and wildflowers, the deceitful blossoms of black mustard (Brassica nigra) and shortpod mustard (Hirschfeldia...