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The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy (SDRVC) has recently closed escrow on 117 acres of virgin habitat overlooking Lake Hodges, known as Del Dios, according to a news release.

In response to shark activity reported by local surfers, the Del Mar City Council heard a presentation from Chris Lowe, a professor of marine biology and director of the Shark Lab at Cal State Long Beach, during its May 3 meeting.

During the first few months of the pandemic when everyone was stuck inside and beaches and parks were closed, many people fled to the natural beauty of San Diego’s open spaces.

SeaWeeders Garden Club members handed out free milkweed at the Boys & Girls Club on Lomas Santa Fe on Saturday, April 24, part of an effort to encourage residents to plant more pollinator habitat in their gardens to support monarch butterflies.

On Feb. 27 Del Mar teenager Tyden Chinowsky led a replanting effort at the Del Mar Bluffs at Anderson Canyon, an area that he had carefully restored and brought new life last year.

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