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Volunteer with the Fallbrook Land Conservatory

 

Last updated 10/30/2021 at 2:24pm

Volunteers install posts for a fence to protect wildlife habitat at Monserate Mountain Preserve in January 2021. Village News/Courtesy photo

FALLBROOK – Fall is a great time to volunteer with the Fallbrook Land Conservancy, a local nonprofit that protects open space for wildlife and recreation. With over 3000 acres of protected land and a small staff, the FLC depends on volunteers to help maintain trails, remove invasive plants, and restore habitat on several local preserves.

Recent rains have softened the soil and cooler temperatures make the work easier, so now is the perfect time to get involved. Volunteers learn about native plants and wildlife, how to plant and care for wildlife habitat, skills that can be used at home...



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