- Visit the Reserve
- The Conservancy
- Support SELC
- Gateway Park
Native Torrey Pine tree
San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy recommends the following sources for common questions about living near wetlands, gardening, and more.
In addition, please visit the News/Publications site for Conservancy annual reports, membership newsletters, trail guides, and videos.
California native plants
Native plant nurseries and sources
Information on invasive plants
California Invasive Plant Council: Plant profiles, field courses, brochures etc.
How to attract wildlife to your garden
Creating bird & butterfly friendly gardens: National Wildlife Federation guides
Conservancy partner agencies and collaborations
Please contact Elaine Dodge at (760) 436-3944 or elaine [at] sanelijo [dot] or to discuss becoming a corporate supporter of the Conservancy.
SAN ELIJO LAGOON CONSERVANCY
Links to More Information
25th Anniversary Seed Packets
Did you receive a commemorative native seeds packet? Inside are the following plants, representative of natives in and near San Elijo Lagoon: giant needlegrass, fiddleneck, California sagebrush, goldenstar, California primrose, common cryptantha, bush sunflower, California buckwheat, golden yarrow, stickywilly, common tarweed, San Diego goldenbush, giant wild rye, deerweed, bush monkeyflower, purple needlegrass, largeflower phacelia, white sage, and black sage. Enjoy these native California herbs, sages, and bushes in your garden!