Intertribal Earth Day 2016!

On Saturday April 9th we attended the Intertribal Earth Day 2016 at the La Jolla Band Campground along the San Luis Rey River and at the base of beautiful Palomar Mountain. This first annual event brought together tribes from throughout San Diego and the broader region to share information on ecosystem management, sustainability, and promoting environmentalism in our daily lives. We were proud to participate in the event through hosting a CSA and Climate Kids booth. Thank you to the La Jolla Tribe for hosting us!

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