Celebrate habitat conservation at San Diego Habitat Conservancy’s 5th Annual Gala in Solana Beach

San Diego Habitat Conservancy (SDHC) is celebrating its continued habitat conservation efforts in San Diego County at the 5th Annual Gala on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 5 – 8 p.m. at Parioli Italian Bistro in Solana Beach. The Annual Gala was established to bring together residents that reside near the various preserves throughout San Diego County, as well as donors, board members, staff, and volunteers of the San Diego Habitat Conservancy.

The evening provides a chance for SDHC to highlight and share past and on-going management efforts of SDHC’s preserves in San Diego County, as well as future plans to expand the education program. All residents of San Diego County with a desire to learn more about habitat preservation are invited to attend. A complimentary light dinner of antipasti, pastas, and salads will be provided.

According to Don Scoles, Executive Director of San Diego Habitat Conservancy, “San Diego County is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet and it is our goal to instill a sense of stewardship for the residents of the County and celebrate the uniqueness of the natural environment that surrounds us.”

To RSVP for the 5th Annual Gala, contact Don Scoles at (619) 365-4839 or dons@sdhabitat.com by Sunday, Oct. 13. For more information on San Diego Habitat Conservancy or to become a member or volunteer, go to www.sdhabitat.org.

Parioli Italian Bistro is an award-winning restaurant known for its authentic Italian cuisine and its excellent service. Parioli is located at 647 South Highway 101, Solana Beach, CA 92075.

San Diego Habitat Conservancy manages a number of open space easements throughout the San Diego region, preserving and managing the sensitive habitat and species on those easements that are unique to our Southern California environment. SDHC strives to share the knowledge of and obligation to the natural environment with the San Diego communities, encouraging participation in the stewardship of our region’s precious open space. SDHC’s 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.” Founded in 2000 as a non-profit public benefit corporation, San Diego Habitat Conservancy was granted 501(c)(3) non-profit status from the IRS in 2002.

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