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National Trails Day 2015 - Graffiti Removal at Wright's Field

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Photos from our graffiti removal project on Saturday, June 6th, during our annual volunteer event in celebration of National Trails Day. Wright's Field in Alpine is now looking just a little bit better, without the unsightly eyesore of spray paint covering rocks on the preserve. 

Thank you to all of our volunteers that came out to help with this project, and to those that donated time & equipment to make this project a success.

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Spring Newsletter - May 2015

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Watershed Stewardship: Arundo Removal Project 2014-2015

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Results are in from our 2014-2015 Watershed Stewardship Program for the San Diego River in Alpine.... Cumulative tally of our measurable progress to-date:
40 properties cleared of invasive and highly flammable Arundo donax, totalling 4.5 acres of Arundo canopy cover, and 21,865 pounds of trash and hazardous debris removed from Alpine's creeks and streams leading into the San Diego River and the El Capitan Reservoir (City of San Diego potable water supply).

Thanks to all of our funders, agency partners, volunteers, and local non-profit groups for supporting this important program! 
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Native Grassland Demonstration Area Becomes a Reality!

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Helping our local Alpine girl scout troop to earn their Bronze Award this year, BCLT is proud to announce that we've officially begun restoration of a small section of our native California bunch grass habitat at Wright's Field MSCP Preserve in Alpine. This quarter-acre section of our beautiful grassland habitat will be restored to it's pre-historic ecosystem, with native bunch grasses and wild flowers predominating, and will serve as a visual demonstration of the grasslands that the Kumeyaay Indians saw when they arrived over 8,000 years ago at the place we now call Wright's Field. 
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Meet Our Newest Board Member: Jim Crouch

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Jim is a career federal civil servant; after a few years working for the Army, he spent the bulk of his time employed by the US Navy as an electronic technician specializing in shipboard missile defense systems. Living in Alpine since 1993 on the western edge of the Wright’s Field preserve Jim realized a personal obligation to give back to the land that he frequents and treasures. He currently serves as the BCLT Treasurer and Director of Land Operations for the Greater Alpine area.

Jim can often be found walking at Wright's Field in the evenings with his wife Ellen, and their miniature horse, Crackers. Welcome, Jim!


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