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Category Archives: TECC News

Trout! Trout! Let Them All Out!


These are the things our schools are learning about. This Fall, High Tech North County students took their annual trip to Miramar Lake to release their young trout. “To enjoy its new environment, to take in all the greatness in … Continue reading

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First Peoples Exhibit Event


Basket Weaving and Nature Walk The Escondido Creek Conservancy has dedicated itself to preserving land for our native wildlife but we also recognize the importance of preserving culture and language. In September, the Elfin Forest Interpretive Center transformed into a … Continue reading

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Think Globally. Act Locally.


R. Roger Rowe plants pollinator garden on campus On Tuesday, November 28th, 100 fourth grade students from R. Roger Rowe School got their hands dirty by planting native California pollinator plants throughout their campus, bringing more life and color to … Continue reading

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Conservation Fellows


The Escondido Creek Conservancy (TECC) has begun a program of conservation fellowships to engage underserved youth in the outdoors and introduce them to potential conservation careers. Most immediately, fellows will participate in a project to redesign the Escondido Creek concrete … Continue reading

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Internship Opportunities


DUTIES/JOB DESCRIPTION:  The Escondido Creek Conservancy (TECC) is seeking an Environmental Education Intern to assist with nature-based fieldtrips and produce educational materials such as lesson plans and other resources.  The duration of the internship is from October 2nd until December … Continue reading

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New Shared Office Space


The Escondido Creek Conservancy (TECC) has created a shared office workspace called Environment, for small businesses working in Escondido and North County. Basing your business at Environment gives you a professional working space and the knowledge that your payments are supporting your local environment. Read … Continue reading

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Proposed 453-Home Development in Harmony Grove!


In the past few weeks the County has released the draft environmental impact report (DEIR) for the proposed Harmony Grove Village South project. (See project map.) DEIR comments are due to the County on June 13, 2017. This 111-acre property, formerly … Continue reading

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Willow Trees Update


May 2017 Wired magazine article about the polyphagous shot hole borer beetle and the Fusarium dieback – ‘All the Trees Will Die, and Then So Will You‘   February 1, 2017 The mystery of the arroyo willow dieback along Escondido Creek … Continue reading

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