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We have a new name but we are all Eco Stewards

North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a Community Platform Connecting Organizations Committed to Sustainable Living. This coalition of public and private organizations that have achieved local and national recognition for achieving ‘Collective Impact’ in the San Diego Region.

The NCEA Presents the following activities

> The Social Purpose Forum - A Targeted connection with the For Profit, For Benefit and Non Profit Communities

> The Sustainable Living Entry in the Encinitas Holiday Parade - 50 people from10+ organizations join the march to make fun, purposeful memories

> The More Profit for Non Profits Workshop - Improves effectiveness, Volunteers, fundraising, marketing, best practice IT tools

> The More Profit by Going Green Workshop - Coaching and Collaboration Services for Purpose Driven organizations

> The highly acclaimed EcoFest - Sustainable living festival featuring 10 targeted subject matter pavilions

ABOUT ECOFEST - The largest targeted environmental festival in N. County creating a Transformational Experience for the community. Something fun for everyone. Music, Food, $5,000 Raffle, Interactive and informative, 100 exhibits. Health & Wellness, Solar Energy, Water Conservation, Landscaping and Gardening, and more!We are the Eco Stewards that present the annual Community EcoFest aka Encinitas Environment Day in May each year.

Come join the fun.

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Palomar mountain invasive plant clean up
Needs a date and time

Palomar Mountain State Park

About Park Champions CSPF’s Park Champions Program holds volunteer work days in state parks across California. This program was created in response to the unprecedented budget cuts that California State Parks face right now. In partnership with California State Parks, Park Champions provide consistent, sustainable volunteer support in the areas of park maintenance and beautification. Park Champions projects improve the quality, safety and preservation of our state parks. Projects in the past year have included trail repair, invasive plant removal, habitat restoration, the rehabilitation of an historic orchard, fence construction, bridge construction, and re-painting park structures. If you enjoy volunteering outdoors, want to work with a fun group of people, and you want to make a difference in our state parks, then become a Park Champion and join us for the next work day happening near you! Park Champions Sponsors, Links and Resources (http://www.calparks.org/help/park-champions/sponsors.html) http://www.calparks.org/help/park-champions/

Escondido Garden Club
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Bob and Carol Sorensen's house

Oceanside, CA"> This month we have been invited to take a tour of Bob and Carol's beautiful garden and homestead in Oceanside. Come see how much food can be grown in a small space. They have many fruit trees, veggie beds, edible landscaping chickens, rainwater and greywater harvesting and much more. It's also a great opportunity to bring your own questions and share successes and cuttings from your own garden. Please bring a vegetarian dish to share

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EcoFest2020 Celebration - Annual Envioronmental Fair

Encinitas Community Park

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