Thu Mar 4: FORC presents Biodiversity & Habitat Preserves, a free presentation for all

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From Friends of Rose Canyon: Did you know that San Diego is a Biodiversity Hotspot? Do you know why it’s so important to protect native plant and animal species? Attend our free presentation “Nature, Biodiversity & Local Multiple Species Conservation Plans (MSCP)” with David Hogan, Director, the Chaparral Lands Conservancy, on Thursday, March 4, 2021, from 7 – 8:15 pm, and you’ll find out.

The goal of the Multiple Species Conservation Plan MSCP is to maintain and enhance biological diversity and conserve threatened and endangered species (and many other native plant & animal species).

For more information about Friends of Rose Canyon (FORC), visit http://rosecanyon.org/

For more information about Chaparral Lands Conservancy, visit https://www.chaparralconservancy.org/

For more information about the Fire Safe Council, visit https://www.universitycitynews.org/category/sdfd

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