Name: Sue Pelley
Mailing Address: One Father Junipero Serra Trail, San Diego, California 92119
Phone: (619) 668-3279
Fax: (619) 668-3282
The mission of the San Diego Park and Recreation Department is acquire, develop, operate and maintain a park and recreation system that enriches the quality of life for residents and visitors alike, and preserves it for future generations.
Earth Sciences: Astronomy, Climate, Geology, Minerals, Mining, Soils, Volcanology, Weather/Atmosphere, Minerals, Mining
Ecology/ Biodiversity: Ecosystems, Endangered Species, Ecosystems
Other: EE Related Organization or Association
Human Dimensions: Cultural Awareness, Sustainable Development, Environmental Values, Community Participation, Eco-Tourism, Networking
Trees, Plants and Lands: Forestry, Forest Fires, Gardening, Landscaping, Urban Forestry, Xeriscaping, Permaculture, Forest insects, pests & disease
Nature Awareness: Parks/Trails, Nature Center, Tourism, Wilderness, Recreation & Outdoor Skills
Waste/Pollution: Toxic, Hazardous, Recycling, Air Pollution, Noise Pollution, Water Pollution
Water: Quality, Rights and Allocation
Wildlife: Endangered/Threatened Species, Ecology, Habitat, Hunting/Fishing/Trapping, Management, Endangered/Threatened Species
Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor and Interpretive Center contains exhibits on park history, cultural history and the six habitats found within the park. A theater offers slide and video presentations on cultural and natural history, and a research library is open to the public. Staff is also developing educational programs for students in grades K-adult.
Special Services: speakers, volunteers opportunities, guided walks and tours, meeting space, video presentations
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