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The Rancho Santa Fe Association will host the grand opening of its new arboretum near the golf course in coming weeks.

Local Girl Scout Troop 3173 spent an afternoon on the Rancho Santa Fe SMARTS Farm on Feb. 24.

For a little over a year, the SMARTS Farm at The Orchard has been cultivating a love for nature and sprouting community connections in a somewhat secret garden at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe’s property.

The Escondido Creek Conservancy is providing special access to its wildlife preserves for a new educational hike series called Wonders of the Watershed.

The Rancho Santa Fe Association continues to work toward getting a permanent restroom constructed at Richardson Field.

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The Rancho Santa Fe Association and its project partners, the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy, California Native Plant Society and Urban Corps of San Diego, have been awarded $53,500 in funding to continue their work to reduce wildfire risk by removing highly flammable invasive species along the San Dieguito River.

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