Open Space Parks
Open Space Parks Films
March 2011 - Native Americans & Nature at Tecolote Nature Center
February 2011 - Connecting Children to Nature
January 2011 - GSOB - Goldspotted Oak Borer Infestation
October 2010 - Stewardship & Volunteers at Mission Trails Regional Park
August 2010 - MSCP and the Ranger Program
July 2010 - Navajo Canyon Habitat Restoration
Why does the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department's Open Space Division preserve and protect open space? Who does it and how can you get involved or learn more? You can look forward to a new web film each month about what's happening in the Open Space of your City.
The City of San Diego, Park and Recreation Department, Open Space Division manages over 25,000 acres of open space, including open space parks, and canyons. Preservation of Open Space has been a major goal of the City for many years. Open Space provides the citizens of San Diego with benefits such as scenic vistas, preservation of natural resources, outdoor recreation, and other benefits to health and well being.
This web film monthly magazine is an inspiring look at programs, ongoing projects, and partnerships within the City's open space parklands. Through partnerships, cooperation with community and environmental groups, and City departments we strive to preserve and protect these lands for future generations.
Our Thanks to:
- Alpha Project
- City of San Diego Police Department
- Eagle Scouts
- I Love A Clean San Diego
- Ocean Discovery Institute
- Project CLEAN
- San Diego Canyonlands
- San Diego Children and Nature Collaborative
- San Diego Gas & Electric
- Urban Corps
- Groundwork San Diego Chollas Creek
- City of San Diego Public Utilities Department, Wastewater Branch
A special thanks to the greatest resource of all, community volunteers like you.
Credit: City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department, Open Space Division
Credit: Jim Karnik Films www.fieldnotes.com