2012 marked the Multiple Species Conservation Program’s (MSCP) 15th year anniversary. You’re invited to learn all about regional habitat conservation accomplishments and goals at the MSCP Annual Report Workshop.
The morning workshop, presented by local jurisdictions and state and federal agencies, provides an opportunity for the public to learn more about San Diego County’s unique habitats and the role of the MSCP in preserving open space and biological diversity.
The Workshop will also include a community fair/poster session and a ranger-led hike through Florida Canyon where on-going restoration efforts are being conducted. Check out the event flyer!
Outreach and Education
One of the key activities of the County Parks and Recreation Department is educating the public about the County’s invaluable natural resources. Rangers and volunteers are trained in the Environmental Education program to provide multiple interpretive services to the public. Presentations are available to people of all ages, including schools, parks, campgrounds, interpretive centers, camps, scout groups, and churches.
Among these entertaining and informative programs are:
Multiple Species Conservation
- Wildlife Conservation Programs with
- Environmental Power Point
- Safety Talks
- Ranger-led Nature Walks
- Plant Propagation
- Community Service
Spotted Oak Borer Presentation
To find out more about the MSCP and related events, go to the County's MSCP web page here
To make appointments or program reservations, contact the
department headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are hosting an event and would like the Parks Department to participate, contact Shannon Singler as email@example.com, or (858) 565-3600.
To see a complete list of current programs and activities in our parks, go to this page.