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Mission & Vision

Our mission is to acquire, protect, and manage open space in perpetuity for the benefit of wildlife and the community.

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 3,000 acres of permanently protected open space and over 1,000 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.  

Read our Strategic Plan 2021.

Photo by Kadi Thingvall
Photo by Roy Cohen



Land Donors
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
Inez Sorgenfrei
Trust for Public Land
Pamela Van Der Linden Family 

Angel Society of Fallbrook

Sergio & Ashley Stein Araiza
Karen & James Hall

Fallbrook Waste & Recycling, Renee Ingold, Gary & Patti Johnson, Wallace & Beverly Tucker

Roy & Judy Batchelor  Edward Bean  Chip & Mary Bromfield,III  Al & Marlene Christopher  
John & Debbie Crawford Del Rey Avocado Company  Edward Jones Investments-Kent Borsch  Fallbrook Firefighters Association  Fallbrook Village Rotary Club Foundation  Wicker & Megan Gamble 
George & Brenda Garcia  Jason & Jessica Gilbert  Linda Heald  Jackie Heyneman 
Anthony & Susan Jackson  Robert & Sherry Lamont  Robert & Susan Lucy 
National Charity League, Inc.  Ron & Arlene Morosetti  Olive Hill Greenhouses  Mike & Nancy Peters  Florence Pinamonti  Ken & Jan Quigley  Helene Ross & Will Shakespeare  Vince Ross  Lydia Rossi  Rotary Club of Fallbrook  Lila Sandschulte  TNT Builders  Walgreens  Joan & Gery Zimmerman

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“Buy land. They ain't making any more of the stuff.”   Will Rogers

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