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SDHC is actively seeking additional lands to manage. If you are looking for an organization to manage your mitigation lands, you can find additional information about our programs here.
About San Diego Habitat Conservancy
San Diego Habitat Conservancy (SDHC) has been working since 2004 to acquire, manage, and protect land that supports sensitive habitats and species. Our vision is a healthy, natural environment that engages the commitment of people and communities, creates a legacy, and improves the quality of life for all living things. SDHC is one of only a few nonprofit habitat managers working with developers, municipalities, and agencies throughout the region to strike a critical balance between development and the protection of our valuable habitat.
To conserve and manage sensitive habitats and species while inspiring land stewardship through education and outreach.
October 1, 2015 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy has begun management of Muroya Property Open Space Preserve in Carlsbad! Muroya provides a safe haven for species such as the coastal California gnatcatcher, California adolphia, wart-stemmed ceanothus, Nuttal’s scrub oak, and Engelmann oaks. For more information, click here. Follow this link for the press release.
May 26, 2015 – San Diego Habitat Conservancy is now managing a property in Oceanside! After years of restoration, SDHC is now managing Seacliff Open Space Preserve which is located along the south side of the San Luis Rey River just steps from the ocean. For a map and more information on the preserve, click here. Follow this link for the press release.
March 6, 2015 - BIG NEWS! San Diego Habitat Conservancy will be the long-term manager for the largest land bank ever approved for the protection of the desert tortoise. This will also be the first property SDHC will be managing outside of San Diego County! Follow this link for the press release.
Read SDHC’s latest newsletter, Habitat Happenings, to learn about exciting new preserves in Carlsbad and Oceanside, to meet our newest staff member, and for information on our Muroya Property Preserve! Click here to have our newsletters delivered directly to your inbox.