PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY



San Elijo Lagoon CONSERVANCY

Below are current and 2016-produced publications. Please visit PUBLICATION ARCHIVES for prior years.

LAGOON TIDINGS Current Member Magazine

STYLE GUIDE Communications & Graphics Standards

IMPACT REPORT 2016

SAN ELIJO LAGOON RESTORATION

Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) & Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)  
FEB 2016

  • Appendices G-N
    G: Jurisdictional Wetland Delineation
    H: Marine Biological Resources Technical Report
    I: Cultural Resources Technical Report
    J: Traffic Impact Analysis
    K: Air Quality and GHG Emissions Calculations
    L: Noise Technical Appendix
    M: Geotechnical Data Report
    N: Surfing Study    
  • Appendices O-R
    O: Draft 404(b)(1) Alternatives Analysis
    P: Public Comment Letters and Responses
    Q:Conceptual Restoration Plan
    R: Consideration of New Information Under CEQA Section 15088.5

CEQA, California Environmental Quality Act, and NEPA, National Environmental Protection Act, are state and federal regulations that help ensure that large projects have negligible environmental damage, or that that damage is mitigated. Although CEQA and NEPA are separate acts, their requirements are similar and the two processes often proceed together. Our final environmental document is a joint document for both.

THE CAMPAIGN FOR GATEWAY PARK (Harbaugh Seaside Trails)

CONSERVATION RESEARCH AND REPORTS

TRAIL AND INFORMATION GUIDES

VIDEOS

Our Living Watershed (3:00)
Learn about the programs that benefit inland students in the conservancy's Grades 3-4-5 program. This video debuted at the 2013 Birds of a Feather gala, themed "Growing Future Stewards."

 

 

We Saved a Place for You (4:00)
This film shows the beauty of wetlands and highlights community efforts to save our last great open spaces. We Saved a Place for You is a video about The Campaign for Gateway Park and San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy's 25th Anniversary Year. This pro-bono video was produced Fall 2012 by Lyon & Associates Creative Services, Inc. Music was composed and donated by Rob Gironda. 

 

Explore San Elijo Lagoon (4:00)
Discover the vibrant plants and animals and adventures that await in San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve, a 915-acre protected wetland in San Diego's North County. This video shows the importance of saving irreplaceable habitat for wildlife and community serenity and enjoyment. Produced by Jim Riley 2012.

 

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy School Programs (13:00)
This video provides an overview of school programs lead by our trained naturalists. We recommend this video for classes preparing for their field trips. Ecology concepts and an overview of the habitats are introduced.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Meet the generation who will help protect natural places. Children tell us what they see, hear, and feel during a field trip, and describe their inspiration for protecting wildlife. 
 
 

Leave Your Feet (4:01)
Local musician, Rob Gironda, produced a video featuring San Elijo Lagoon. Set to his original composition entitled “Leave Your Feet”, his footage highlights cormorants, egrets, willets, buffleheads, and other birds. 

Thanks to our friends at New Media Rightsfor their assistance in post-production of the Conservancy overview video.