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The Fallbrook Land Conservancy hosts many events throughout the year, including educational hikes, volunteer work days, and members-only parties.  Join our email list for invites delivered to your inbox,  check back here regularly, or follow us on Facebook or Instagram  

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Wellness Walks 

Saturday, July 20th, 2024 

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM 

Meet & Park at House - 1815 S. Stage Coach Ln, Fallbrook, CA 92028

Each quarter, the Fallbrook Regional Health District sponsors a gentle ½ mile walk, led by the Fallbrook Land Conservancy. This easy, hill-free walk aims to bring people together for physical activity and mental relaxation. Join us for a refreshing opportunity to stay active and clear your mind.

Online registration is encouraged. 

For any questions, contact Fallbrook Regional Health District at (760) 731-9187 or email

Registration Link:  Wellness Walks - Fallbrook Regional Health District (

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Saging the World

Saturday, February 11, 2023 at the Fallbrook Library

Screening of a documentary film produced by Rose Ramirez, Deborah Small, and the California Native Plant Society, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

Sage smudging has become a viral trend. What’s the truth behind the smoke?
“Saging” has become common in movies, TV shows, social media, and cleansing rituals
–people burning sage bundles in the hope of purifying space and clearing bad energy.
Instead of healing, the appropriated use of saging in popular culture is having a harmful effect.

Indigenous communities have tended a relationship with white sage for thousands of
generations. White sage (Salvia apiana) only occurs in southern California and northern
Baja California, Mexico. Today, poachers are stealing metric tons of this plant from the
wild to supply international demand. Saging the World spotlights the ecological and
cultural issues intertwined with white sage, centering the voices of Native advocates
who have long protected and cherished this plant.

The short documentary was produced by Rose Ramirez, Deborah Small, and the
California Native Plant Society to foster awareness and inspire action for white sage.
For more information on the film and ways to support white sage, visit

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