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Despite concerns raised by the Forest Health and Preservation Committee about “aggressive” tree removals on the golf course, the RSF Association has determined that the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club is following the set procedures with its tree management program.

Jace Valentine, an avid 9-year-old fisherman from Rancho Santa Fe, recently caught a 9-pound whopper of a catfish at the pond at the Arroyo Preserve.

On July 1, San Diego County Supervisors Kristin Gaspar and Jim Desmond announced the “Tour Our Trails” county parks challenge.

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.

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With the spring and onset of summer comes the return of the lerp psyllid insect to Rancho Santa Fe’s trees, an insect that eats up red gum eucalyptus foliage and leaves behind a big mess.

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