Conservancy celebrates 25th anniversary

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Almost 200 people attended the sold-out 25th anniversary celebration of the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy on Sept. 25, including a handful of notable community leaders. Conservancy board president Rand Newman said the River Valley Fest provides an opportunity to reflect on the conservancy’s progress over the past 25 years and to renew commitment so the next 25 years will be even more successful. He said a current highlight of the conservancy’s efforts is two new trails that will help to connect the natural system that will extend 55 miles, from crest to coast. There are trails being built near the polo fields at El Camino Real and Via de le Valle that will provide that unity. Photos: Jon Clark

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