November 17, 2016.
Here is a nice story about The Vista Conservancy Trail and new connecting trail to Brengle Terrace Park by Pat Murphy of The Vista Press.
A big thank you to the Single Marines Program (SMP) for a doing great job at our Spring 2016 Clean Up event. As you would expect, these marines were hard workers. They were able to accomplish a lot of the heavy lifting of downed trees and limbs that some of us more "seasoned" volunteers can no longer do. They filled container after container with debris with a vigor and enthusiasm that made us all proud. Thanks all! Your help is truly appreciated.
Our semi-annual clean up event will be held Friday April 22nd starting at 8am. Our clean ups are normally held on a Saturday, but this time we have the privilege of benefiting from the U.S. Marine Corps Single Marine Program (SMP) Day of Service on a Friday. We will have 25-30 local marines helping us trim overgrown plants and trees, removing trash and debris from the creek and the trail. If you are able to join us, please come out to lend a hand and thank our marines for their service. All ages are welcome. No experience required. Bring gloves and tools if you can, otherwise we will have some supplies available. Vehicles may enter at 751 E. Vista Way and park at the old mobile home lot.
"Metate" Rock Dedication
Along our creek nestled amongst the large beautiful oak trees are Indian Grinding stones. A dedication which involved Indian artifacts and demonstrations was performed by several members of the Luiseno Indians. This area is a must see!
Earth Day Celebration at Alta Vista Gardens
The Vista Conservancy had the opportunity to celebrate Earth Day at the Alta Vista Gardens. This years theme was "Healing the earth...Healing ourselves".
Below is a link to pictures and video of this event!
The Vista Conservancy Spring Clean Up
Our semi-annual creek and trail clean up at The Vista Conservancy was a success! We would like to thank everyone who came and donated their time and hard work! We couldn't have done it without you! The Golden K Kiwanis, North Coast Church,Key Club, City of Vista, Rod Krueger, Sara Huntley, and all our conservancy members! Thank you!