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ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
Anza Borrego Foundation
Back Country Land Trust
California Center for Sustainable Energy
Cleveland National Forest Foundation
Cuyamaca Rancho Foundation
Department of Astronomy & Mount Laguna Observatory
Friends of Daly Ranch
Friends of Goodan Canyon and Sycamore Canyon Open Space
Friends of Hellhole Canyon Open Space Preserve
Friends of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve
Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association
Lakeside’s River Park Conservancy
Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation

Mount Helix Park

Nature Conservancy
People’s PowerLink.org (people opposed to Sunrise PowerLink)
Project Wildlife (helps injured and abandoned wildlife in San Diego County)
Project Wildlife hotline (619) 225-WILD (9453)
San Diego Archaeological Association (Escondido)

San Diego River Park Foundation
San Diego River Conservancy
San Diego Tracking Team
Save Our Forests & Ranchlands
Sierra Club, San Diego
Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation

Water Conservation Garden (Great resources for gardeners at Cuyamaca College in El Cajon)

 

FIRE RESOURCES: 
Rebuild Central (resources for fire victims)
San Diego Fire Recovery Network

 

PARKS: COUNTY, STATE AND FEDERAL PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS  IN EASTERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY

California State Parks:
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Palomar Mountain State Park
San Pasqual Battlefield State Park

Federal Parks and Recreation Areas:
Cleveland National Forest 
U.S. Bureau of Land Management: McCain Valley

County Parks:

San Diego County Find-a-Park
Lakes in San Diego County
Other Lakes in San Diego County

City of San Diego major recreational area:

Mission Trails Regional Park
Also see  local city websites (listed in our City/County Resources section) to find community parks in your area. 

 

WILDLIFE PARKS & PRESERVES:
San Diego Wild Animal Park
California Wolf Center (Julian)

 

WILDLIFE RESCUE SERVICE:
Project Wildlife (helps injured and abandoned wildlife in San Diego County)  
Project Wildlife hotline (619) 225-WILD (9453)