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.
“Elegant” and “understated” are two words that come to mind when you enter the grounds of the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, much in character with the Ranch itself.
On Sunday, June 9 the San Dieguito River Park JPA will celebrate 30 years of environmental preservation, recreation and education with trail runs, a community fair, farmer’s market and silent auction from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead in Escondido.
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.