Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to preserve and enhance the rural character and natural beauty of our area through the permanent protection of open space and related activities.
The Fallbrook Land Conservancy (FLC), founded in 1988, is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the natural beauty and enhancing the rural character of Fallbrook (an unincorporated village in Northern San Diego County, in Southern California).
FLC owns more than 2,000 acres of permanently protected open space and over 950 acres of conservation easements.
FLC works with other community, state and federal agencies to permanently protect the North County's natural areas to ensure native habitat and open space exist for future generations.
2016 Emerald Grove Members
Nancy & Howard Dinwiddie
Don & Peggy Durling
Dr. Rodger Engel
Ian & Barbara Forsyth
George& Julie Gewehr
Otis& Linda Heald
Bert Hitt & Family
Joseph & Marie Mullin
Albert& Florence Pinamonti
Vince & Joy Ross
Trust for Public Land
Pamela Van Der Linden Family
Angel Society of Fallbrook
Otis& Linda Heald
Sergio & Ashley Stein
Karen & James Hall
Marjorie Mosher Schmidt Foundation
Wallace & Beverly Tucker
Fallbrook Waste & Recycling, Renee Ingold, Gary& Patti Johnson, Legacy Endowment, Vince Ross, Supervisor Bill Horn County of San Diego
Edith Arrowsmith Edwin Bean Richard Bonner Chip & Mary Bromfield,III Al & Marlene Christopher Del Rey Avocado Company John & Debbie Crawford Edward Jones Investments Fallbrook Firefighters Association Fallbrook Village Rotary Club foundation Jason & Jessica Gilbert Culture Real Estate, Peter Gladkin Tony& Sue Godfrey Sherry& Sarah Lamont Lieberman-Kuehler Family Fund @ the Rancho Santa Fe Foundation Bob & Susan Lucy Ron & Arlene Morosetti Ken & Jan Quigley Helene Ross & Will Shakespeare Lydia Rossi Rotary Club of Fallbrook Neil & Bonnie Wolfe Joan & Gery Zimmerman
“Buy land. They ain't making any more of the stuff.” Will Rogers
NEW MAPS Palomar students have created two new digital maps. Visit Preserves to download a new map of Monserate Mountain and a map of a seven-mile loop trail in Fallbrook.
LOS JILGUEROS PRESERVE'S former Firescape is now a Habitat Garden. The Native Plant Restoration Team, led by FLC Chairman Gary Beeler, has been removing thirsty, unsuccessful non-natives and replacing them with native plants that, once established, can survive with no additional water.