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ANNUAL REPORT 2014

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy protects and restores the resources of San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve, its watershed, and related ecosystems for the benefit of current and future generations.


A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

When the Poinsettia fire occurred last year, conservancy ecologists were called to the scarred site to assess and monitor the regrowth of native and non-native vegetation. Staff experts began to treat invasive plants that quickly out-compete native species, with surveys that continue into 2015. Our work is inspired by a focus of conservation in the Carlsbad Hydrologic Unit, which contains four major coastal north county lagoons. These are productive, shared habitats, and are vital to the preservation of coastal water quality. Thank you for your continued support, which is critical in helping to protect and enhance the serenity of unspoiled nature for all generations. Together, our members and partners have enabled us to accomplish so much in 2014: • Connect all generations to the power of stewardship—beginning with youth. We are leaders in conservation (action-oriented) K–12 education. This inspires practice in student behaviors to not only appreciate their time outdoors, but to pledge to conserve resources in their home communities. We connected 850 people to the lagoon during weekend walks. In K–12 school field trips, the conservancy led 3,700 students on the trails. These inter-generational experiences deepen appreciation for our wild lands and waters. • Protect vulnerable habitats—with the announcement of our San Elijo Native Plant Nursery seed propagation initiative. Throughout the watershed we enhance habitat—for the fanciful Western Pygmy Blue butterfly—to the endangered Least Bell’s Vireo. More than 1,000 volunteers installed 2,200 native plants, which anchor soils and improve water quality and wildlife habitat. • Conserve pristine views and functions—and close the land loan at Harbaugh Seaside Trails. We are 90% there! Be the final link. As summer nears, we are poised to release the final environmental document for Lagoon Restoration, which will outline the construction phases to restore tidal flow and water quality in the lagoon. Thank you for making a difference on behalf of community and nature at San Elijo Lagoon—and throughout the watersheds through which we are linked. Our core accomplishments are within these pages of the 2014 Annual Report. Sincerely,

Doug Gibson

Inside and beyond San Elijo Lagoon, the conservancy is at work connecting communities and protecting nature.

Doug Gibson, Executive Director|Principal Scientist San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy | PO Box 230634 | Encinitas, CA 92023-0634 | (760) 436-3944 | SanElijo.org | info@SanElijo.org San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy | Annual Report 2014 | Page 2


CONTENTS I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS. . . .

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Paths of Impact San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy, founded in 1987, draws support from businesses, government agencies, foundations, and individuals. Together, our paths of impact protect and enhance San Elijo Lagoon for community and for nature. This diagram represents iconic examples of our core services. The 979-acre San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve is owned and managed by San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy as a nonprofit land trust; San Diego County Department of Parks and Recreation as a county park; and California Department of Fish and Wildlife as a state ecological reserve.

Trail Users Runners, hikers, joggers, birders, equestrians, photographers and painters— all of us use the lagoon for natural solace and recreation.

Core Services • Native habitat restoration • Water quality monitoring

Inlet Monitoring Several fish populations depend on the lagoon as a nursery and need a constant connection to the ocean. Stagnant water can trigger a rise in mosquitos, which is why we re-open, each spring, the lagoon’s only inlet at Cardiff State Beach.

Free Field Trips Corporate and private funding gets kids on the trails and outside in nature. Together, we’re building our next generation of everyday environmental stewards.

• Conservation education for K–12 and the public • Land stewardship programs and conservation easements • Land acquisition for parcels adjacent to the reserve

Land Stewardship The conservancy owns 60 acres in San Elijo Lagoon. We work with property owners and local jurisdictions to minimize development impacts on these lands and others adjacent to the watershed.

Lagoon Restoration Hundreds of people attended public meetings and tours last summer to learn more about San Elijo Lagoon Restoration. By 2016 construction is slated to begin in order to improve tidal flow and water quality in the reserve.

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Geographic Impact We all live in a watershed. San Elijo Lagoon is part of the Escondido Creek watershed, which begins in Bear Valley above Lake Wohlford in the City of Escondido and stretches 26 miles through San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve to the Pacific Ocean. The reserve is bordered by the cities of Solana Beach, Escondido, Encinitas, and Rancho Santa Fe. These communities represent approximately 220,000 residents (SANDAG).

A large majority of members live near San Elijo Lagoon. Yet, from shore to shore, we have members represented across the nation and in several countries.

San Elijo Lagoon is at the downstream end of the Escondido Creek watershed. The Escondido Creek watershed represents 40% of the seven watersheds in the Carlsbad Hydrologic Unit (CHU). CHU watersheds include four major coastal estuaries: San Elijo, Batiquitos, Agua Hedionda, and Buena Vista lagoons. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy works with its partners in the Carlsbad Watershed Network to restore and enhance native species’ habitat in the CHU.

Green Heron (Butorides virescens) Courtesy Jo Quinn

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Conservation Education To Connect, Educate, and Engage the Community to Act to Ensure the Health and Wellbeing of their Watershed After learning about types of trash and what is reclaimable, a third-grader exclaimed, “I’m going to recycle for the rest of my life!” Students sorted displayed litter items into the appropriate bins as part of the Our Living Watershed school program. The recycling component represents a major shift in program focus to offer conservation (action-oriented) education in K–12 programs. We began the year with a vision to help with decision-making regarding direction, target audiences, and program content to better meet community and school needs. A core education committee met to define goals as the conservancy began to outline a strategic plan that would move our focus from environmental education to conservation education. Staff, community stakeholders, teachers, and docents together played key roles in the planning process. We identified our niche in the conservation education community that balances science literacy, conservation and stewardship, and nature comfort and caring. Our focus is on schools that are in or near the Escondido Creek watershed. This is the “outdoor classroom” where students can learn and practice, through real world experiences, about the importance of conserving our limited resources.

Open House at Lincoln Elementary in Escondido

Studies show that frequent early-life outdoor experiences are the most important factors in developing an environmental ethic in adults. By providing an extended period in nature, combined with opportunities to explore and practice conservation skills, these field trips help to build a conservation ethic for life. Our Living Watershed conservation education would not be possible without the support of our diverse and talented docent-naturalists. Many of them are retired educators and professionals who receive training throughout the year. They’re on the trails leading schoolchildren and weekend walkers often five days a week. Docents are also county volunteers and commit a minimum of 40 hours a year in various aspects of service at San Elijo Lagoon. We are grateful to our major education investors: SDG&E, Escondido Charitable Foundation, California Coastal Commission, Qualcomm, and Union Bank, among all sponsors and donors recognized beginning on page 16.

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy Environmental Education Programs 2014 Total number of participants: 4,587 School Programs Grades K–2: Grades 3–5: Grades 6–12: Public Programs Public Walks: Family Fun Days:

642 (15%) 2,638 (58%) 453 (9%)

569 (12%) 285 (6%)

Note: The county-conservancy Family Discovery Days hosted approx. 3,000 people in 2014.

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Habitat Management Scientific monitoring and conservation throughout the Carlsbad Hydrologic Unit As we enter a fourth year of drought in Southern California, each rainfall is anticipated. Along with rain—native ecosystems also require stewardship. Last fall, Lagoon Platoon was awarded for excellence in community conservation by the Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project. We’re expanding our citizen science activities in Lagoon Platoon with seed sourcing and plant propagation techniques, and survivorship counts of in-ground plants in restored sites. Biologists and Platoon volunteers often work off-trail in sensitive habitats, including the 4-acre coastal dune habitat, home to the threatened Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus) and endangered California Least Tern (Sterna antillarum browni). Invasive plant species monitoring also occurs beyond the reserve’s borders. For example, the conservancy is the project manager for SANDAG’s Environmental Mitigation Program grant. Between north Carlsbad and north La Jolla, we survey and conduct restoration activities at dune habitat sites, while we concurrently enhance the dune ecosystem at San Elijo Lagoon.

We can’t count on rain, but we can count on the many stewards we mentor who help us to accomplish scientific monitoring and restoration work throughout the 979-acre reserve, and more broadly, in the watersheds that link the four major north county coastal lagoons. We are grateful to our Lagoon Platoon investors: The San Diego Foundation, The John & Elizabeth Leonard Family Foundation, and US Fish & Wildlife Service, among all sponsors and donors recognized beginning on page 16.

Inside the reserve, biologists collaborate with County of San Diego Parks and Recreation to control invasive plants. With a grounded vision, beginning in 2015, the new San Elijo Native Plant Nursery will allow for seed-sourcing within the reserve. Of particular concern on reserve lands are non-native purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria), perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium), and giant reed (Arundo donax). They can form dense aggregations and out-compete native plants for water resources. Coastal water quality is of utmost importance. Lagoons naturally provide filtration services as storm drains and creeks empty from upstream. A four-month water quality bacteria study revealed last fall that San Elijo Lagoon is successfully protecting beaches from high bacteria creek water. The study was conducted during the summer dry season—and at low tide—to minimize dilution by rain and ocean water. As the water progresses through the lagoon, bacteria levels drop. Bacteria measurements lower to 30% at the dike, 5% at Cardiff Cove, and 0% at the inlet.

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I. CORE SERVICES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2014 Lagoon Platoon Activities Total Restoration Events: • 51 weekly workshops • 12 monthly events

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Total Participants: • 424 First-timers

1,068

Volunteer Hours:

2,800

Native Plants Installed: Acres Treated: Invasives Removed: Debris Removed:

2,220 192 165 cubic yards* 19 cubic yards

*184 cubic yards = approx. 18 large dump truck loads

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II. VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHTS

We rely on volunteers to serve on board and outreach committees, to lead school field trips, public walks, family programs, and in habitat restoration projects throughout the year. Iris Godbout “I am always surprised when I hear students say they have never seen the ocean,” said Iris Godbout, a native of Honduras and longtime Cardiff-bythe-Sea resident. Iris is a bilingual docent for some of our school and public programs. She joined the docent team in 2009 after retiring from teaching water conservation to elementary students for the City of Encinitas. Jim Elliott “Getting the community involved in the control of invasive species is important for our local ecosystems,” said Jim Elliott, a retired marine biologist. Most Wednesdays, he is with other dedicated Lagoon Platoon Stewards working to restore native habitat. Pulling invasive weeds, planting native species, removing litter, and leading groups of volunteers are all important tasks we could not accomplish alone.

1,120 volunteers gave 5,500 service hours— a donation value of more than $110,000 in 2014.

Lori Nussbaum “I enjoyed being involved with Lagoon Platoon in implementing change at the lagoon with the community (of people) for the community (of plants and animals),” revealed Lori Nussbaum, an intern who assisted with the community habitat restoration program, helped complete an invasive plant field guide, and investigated soil conditions at several restoration sites. She is now studying fire on Indiana prairie land. Stephanie Wilde “Nothing makes me happier than looking out my kitchen window and seeing the beautiful San Elijo Lagoon in her many moods. I love walking on it, hiking on it, being in it,” shared Stephanie Wilde, who is the returning Auction Chair for the 2015 Birds of a Feather Gala. She is grateful for all the visiting birds and that her grandchildren now recognize various species. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy | Annual Report 2014 | Page 10


III. THE FINANCIALS The conservancy’s funding increased 68% over 2013. These funds directly support conservation, education, and public outreach services.

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy 2014

Funding Program Grants Contributions (Gateway Park) Contributions Corporate Sponsorship Investment Earnings (net)

33% 51% 10% 3% 3%

Expenditures Conservation Services The Campaign for Gateway Park Education & Public Outreach Development & Member Stewardship General & Administrative

70% 6% 6% 6% 12%

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III. THE FINANCIALS

Assets & Liabilities Summary (As of 12/31/2014) Liabilities & Net Assets

Assets Tidal Circulation Trust 2,284,585 Conservation Land 5,165,760 Investments Held for Programs 507,247 Reserve 283,439 Cash Balances 523,948 Property & Equipment, net 11,092 Scholarship Fund 38,647 Other Assets (note 1) 17,250 Accounts Receivable 1,162,302 Total Assets:

$9,994,271

Total Current Liabilities Long-term Liabilities (note 2) Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets: note 1: pre-paid expenses note 2: loan for Gateway property

930,623 443,724 3,743,081 913,302 1,906,321 2,057,220 $9,994,271

$429,171

Assets Owned by Other Entities* Rancho Santa Fe Foundation The San Diego Foundation Total Assets Owned by Other Entities:

1,214,947 50,199 $1,265,146

*Operating Endowments held for the benefit of SELC

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IV. DONOR HIGHLIGHTS Foundation, corporate, government, and individual funding broadens our impact. The 1,525 donations given to the conservancy in 2014 increased annual giving by an unprecedented 68% over last year. We even welcomed our youngest donor, a six-year old, who hosted a birthday party hike (in lieu of gifts) to raise money for the lagoon. We thank all our members and sponsors for their support—both young and young at heart. Joe Balla, director of The George & Betty Harbaugh Charitable Foundation “It is an amazing site and the views of the ocean are incomparable,” said Joe Balla, who gave $1.15 million to secure Harbaugh Seaside Trails (formerly Gateway Park). “I am so pleased that now and forever it will be the peoples’ park.” Fundraising continues to raise the remaining 10% left on the property loan.

“Time is not measured by the years that we live. But by the deeds that we do and the joy that we give.” —Helen Steiner Rice

The Anthony Cerami and Ann Dunne Foundation for World Health “We feel honored to be able to help preserve our local natural beauty for all to enjoy,” shared Ann Dunne. The Anthony Cerami & Ann Dunne Foundation for World Health gave $300,000 to restore Harbaugh Seaside Trails with native plants, including white sage, black sage, and California sagebrush.

Student teams are challenged to conserve water in a dishwashing activity.

San Diego Gas & Electric “By showing children how what they do, every day, can affect their living watershed, the conservancy connects them to something much larger than what they might have realized otherwise,” said Pedro Villegas, director of community relations for SDG&E. “These children, many from underserved Title I schools, become active, full-time participants in their natural environment. They become our next generation of everyday environmental leaders. SDG&E is proud to support them and the Conservancy.” We are grateful to all of our impact investors and supporters who are recognized beginning on page 16.

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V. WAYS TO GIVE Support takes many forms, from financial gifts, to rolling up shirtsleeves. Join others who share your passion for keeping nature wild and healthy. Join San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy We invite our members to celebrate their membership through guided naturalist walks, family programs, and Legacy Circle donor events. Membership is the backbone of your community-supported nonprofit land trust. SanElijo.org/Membership Save the Date: Birds of a Feather The biennial benefit for watershed education is September 19, 2015. Birds of a Feather draws our region’s corporate, philanthropic, and community leaders in an evening of celebration. SanElijo.org/Gala Be the Final Link for Harbaugh Seaside Trails We are 90% toward our fundraising goal, but help is still needed. Once fully acquired, the restoration of the property will begin. SanElijo.org/Seaside-Trails Volunteer / Intern Join the docent team. Pitch in with community habitat restoration events. Explore a funded internship in ecology, conservation education, and biological monitoring. SanElijo.org/Volunteer Consider a Lasting Gift Did you know there are many ways to give that won’t impact your current finances? Our Legacy Circle donors have generously included the conservancy in their estate plans; special gifts that will help support San Elijo Lagoon in perpetuity. SanElijo.org/PlanGiving

Conservancy endowments are held by: The San Diego Foundation and The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy | Annual Report 2014 | Page 14


VI. LEADERSHIP Leadership and Collaboration is Essential to Protect Communities and to Protect Nature 2014 Board of Directors San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Their passion for the outdoors is combined with exceptional professional and community connections to help further our mission. Scott Griffiths, President President R&F Products Linda Jones, PhD, Vice President Retired Deputy Science Director and Research Scientist, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA

Kevin K. Johnson, Esq. Managing Partner of Kevin K. Johnson, A Professional Law Corporation David Kramer* Oakhurst Builders Founder

Doug Gillingham, Secretary Water Supply Engineering Consultant

Patricia Rinaker* Public Relations Professional, Retired

Ed Quinlivan, Treasurer Senior Vice President, Union Bank

Nicolle Selby-Thomas Qualcomm Technologies Inc., and Solana Beach Public Arts Commission

Matthew Adams, CPA** Financial Planner, Hokanson Associates Sally Foster Dean Emeritus, MiraCosta College, San Elijo Campus Bill Harman Retired Pastor Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Encinitas Teacher Ambassador for Grauer School, and Chaplain for Palliative Care Scripps Memorial Hospital, Encinitas Suzie Hedrick** Lab Manager, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Mark Huffman, CPA*

Staff Doug Gibson, Executive Director/Principal Scientist Chair, San Diego County Wetlands Task Force; Chair of five coastal counties for Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project Barry Lindgren, Associate Director Jennifer Bright, Development Director Elaine Dodge, Development Director until 10/2014 Tara Fuad, Education Director Elayna Flanders, Education Coordinator David Varner, Resource Management Director President, California Native Plant Society San Diego

Elizabeth Venrick, PhD Biological Oceanographer Emeritus, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

Angelique Herman, Restoration Ecologist

Aaron Weiss Vice President/General Manager, Consumer Accessories & Displays with Hewlett-Packard

Bradley Nussbaum, Associate Biologist

Paul Worthington* Realtor, SeaCoast Exclusive Properties

Debby Strauss, Program Associate

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Nick Regoli, Associate Biologist

Michelle Tateyama, GIS Manager

Debra Hager, Administrative Assistant

*Directors whose terms ended FYE 2014 **Directors joined FY 2015

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VII. INVESTOR RECOGNITION We are grateful that you choose to be an impact investor and partner in our work to connect communities and protect nature. We thank our new and renewing members, sponsors, and foundation gifts and grants for the year 2014. LEGACY CIRCLE Anonymous (1) Bob & Lois Chaddock Patty Cornelius Janie DeCelles Elaine Dodge & Martin Staubus Ilse Epprecht Marc & Lynne Friedmann Doug & Lauren Gibson Bill Gish III Tom & Donna Golich Margaret Griffith Pastor Bill & Patti Harman Tom Heywood & Stephanie Wilde Robert Jensen & Erin Thomas Mayme Kline Peter & Marge Kohl James Lauer Andy & Kathleen Mauro William E. Miller & Ida Houby Brys & Rita Myers Craig & Jeanne Olson Mariette Pinchart Janet Placido Ann Pogue Dave & Denise Stillinger Elizabeth Venrick, PhD Paul Worthington Art & Sandy Yayanos

LEGEND

Rancho Santa Fe Foundation

Jewish Family Foundation

The San Diego Foundation

$10,000 AND ABOVE Anonymous (1) The Benson Family Trust California Coastal Commission California Coastal Conservancy The County of San Diego John DeBeer & Mona Baumgartel Alice DeCelles Janie DeCelles The Anthony Cerami & Ann Dunne Foundation for World Health Joan Eichen Ilse Epprecht Escondido Charitable Foundation George & Betty Harbaugh Charitable Foundation Tom & Donna Golich Blayne & Carrie Hartman Peter House & Carol Childs The John and Elizabeth Leonard Family Foundation Elizabeth Keadle Qualcomm Foundation The San Diego Foundation San Diego Gas & Electric The Seeley Foundation Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Union Bank of California Foundation US Fish and Wildlife Service Walton Avenue Foundation Frances Hamilton White David & Sherry Winkler

$5,000–$9,999 Magie Biehl Rennie & Debbie Block The City of Encinitas & Mizel Family Foundation Steven & Norma Chodos Karen Miller Clotfelter Tim & Claudia Costanzo Steve Ellis Gail Fuad Robert Glickman Renita Greenberg Mike & Dawn House Las Olas Mexican Restaurant James Lauer Dale & Terry Lingenfelder LJ Galinson Advised Fund Gary Martin & Nancy Brown Bill & Judy Tippets Turnkey Operations Wayne Warren-Angelucci Willliam H. Russell Living Trust

$1,000–$4,999 Anonymous (2) Gladys Baird Peter Belding & Kimberly Hiland-Belding Wolfgang & Karen Berger Richard & Jan Block Mark & Ellen Bramson Ellsworth & Mary Burwell Bob & Lois Chaddock Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Coastal Community Foundation Warren & Barbara Cobb Robert Conn Susan Crane Joan Davis

Kathy De Paolo Elaine Dodge & Martin Staubus Mark & Jenny Dowling Nicole Dowsing Steve Eilenberg & Marie Tartar David & Peg Engel Robert & Mary Jane Engman Meryl Faulkner Fire Protection Products, Inc. Paul & Cheri Fleuelling Fulton Family Legacy Fund Debora Galasso James & Elizabeth Gautsch Charles & Lynn Gaylord Douglas Gillingham & Dana Friehauf Bill Gish III & Andra Moran The Gray White Family Fund Bruce Green Gumpert Foundation Hansen’s Surfboards Carol Hart Thomas Hayward & Susan Hamilton Steve & Susie Hedrick Christy Hendrickson Tom Heywood & Stephanie Wilde Bill & Barbara Hildreth Neil & Clarice Hokanson Hokanson Associates IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program Kathie Jackson James S. Farley Fund Sheila Johnson Johnson & Johnson PRD LLC Joe & Mary Kellejian Kimberly Godwin Charitable Gift Fund Kisner-Garcia Charitable Endowment

Peter & Margaret Kohl Michael & Teresa Lea Mark Levin & Carol Levin Kim MacConnel & Jean Lowe Ramona Maiman Kirk Martens & Beverly Gepfer Peggy Martin Andy & Kathleen Mauro Brys & Rita Myers Susie Nancarrow Craig & Jeanne Olson Orion Construction Corporation Jack & Patty Queen Gerri Retman-Opper & Ira Opper Ned & DeeDee Reynolds Betsy & M. Lea Rudee Walter Rusinek Tony & Liz Salant Scott Sand Doug & Libby Scott Tom & Veronica Seay Fred & Jean Sebold John & Patricia Seiber Jonathan Severino Stacy Shahri Dana Shayegan Richard Sheridan & Nancy Perry-Sheridan Darrell & Jill Shrader Denise & Dave Stillinger Alan & Steve Tarkington Audrey Terras Donna Thal Jeff Thomas & Nicolle Selby-Thomas Tim Tully & Holly Cline Steve Van Voorhis & Ruth Lucas Mike Varney & Jennifer Ball Jane Weiss Kimberly Wesbey

Mary Kay West Katherine White Jan Wier Leonard Wittwer Paul Worthington Art & Sandy Yayanos Patricia Young John & Valerie Zagara Peter & Rachel Zahn

$999 AND UNDER Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Campaign Agnes Abola Timothy Adams & Michelle Walter Dominic & Marie Addario Monique Agia Christopher & Jill Ahearn David Ahlgren Scott & Kathy Aldern The Lawrence Alessio Trust Lannie Allee Nicholas Alston Don & Diana Ambrose Joseph & Patricia Amshey Carla Anderson Barbara Anderson Rick & Leslie Anderson Richard & Barbara Anderson Nancy Anderson Dale & Sharel Andrews Richard & Susan Andrews Anonymous (24) Jon & Clemencia Appel Frank & Patricia Arambarri Judith & Richard Arendsee George M. Argoud Eva Armi Brewster & Shirley Arms

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VII. INVESTOR RECOGNITION Artefact Design Patricia Astier James & Nancy Austin Eileen Ayars Jeff Bada & Margaret Schoeninger Brian Baer Ron Baer John & Elizabeth Bagby Leo & Carole Baggerly Emily Bagnall David & Eleanore Baldwin Jean Balgrosky Hinshaw Bank of America Foundation Steve & Bernice Baran James Barger Kaveh & Elaine Barjesteh Jackie & Terry Barker Steve & Nona Barker Alan & Cheryl Barnebey Steven & Eva Barnes Betsy Barnhart Veronica Barraza Don & Teresa Barth Jarka Bartl Thomas & Laura Basacchi Jeffrey & Barbara Beaupain Terre & Allyn Becker Stephen & Michele Beck-von-Peccoz Michael Beigel Douglas Belden & Elizabeth Stranton Thomas & Lynda Benacka Hazard Benedict Duncan & Christie Beniston Steve Benjamin & Nancy Loper Alan & Toni Benner Jane Bentley Elisabeth Berendsen John & Margot Berg Bill & Barbara Berrier Shirley Berry James Beyster Mara Bickett Anita Biedermann Tom Bier

Bonnie & Gunnar Biggs David & Susan Bittar Catherine Blakespear Daniel Blanchard & Judith Spicer Mike & Janice Blanco Lindsey Block Robert Blumberg & Andrea Yates Bob & Sue Bobbitt Mark Bobo Boeing Company Dallas Boggs Scott Borden Elaine Borseth Gerald Bourdin Albert & Cathleen Bourdon Daniel Boyd William Boyd Kathleen Brooks Robert & Nancy Brown Daniel Bruce Rocco & Kimberli Brunetti Sanjana & Coram Bryant Mike & Nancy Buchmeier Robert & Karen Budetti Bruno Buechler Gregory M Bullock Cathy Bullock Jack & Susan Burger Julia Burgess-Perrot Walter Burkhard Cristina Burlem Cheryl & Thomas Burns Ruth Burns Terry Burton Howard & Sue Busby Ed & Sandy Butler Adrian & Laura Caddick Nigel Calcutt Catherine Caldes California Center for Creative Renewal California Chaparral Institute James & Joanne Callan Colleen Campbell Craig Campion Cardiff Consulting Jim & Debora Carl

Dave & Joyce Carlson Andrea Carr Laurent & Rebecca Carrer Thomas & Caitlin Carter Phil & Laurie Catron Bill & Willi Caylor Per Cederstav & Marybeth Norgren Teresa Cesear John & Candace Chaffin Benjamin Chang & Kris Vensand Chapman Construction Co., Inc. Will & Bette Childs Andrew & Joan Chitiea Dr. Hugh & Margaret Chivers Pat Churchland Norene Claeyssens Martie & Muffer Clemons Donald & Jeanette Cleveland Donna & Dan Close Gary & Pat Coad Bob & Linda Coale Mike & Sheila Cole James & Victoria Cole Wayne & Barbara Coleman Cathy Collier Bill Collins & Ann Irwin, MD Community Impact Fund Andrew & Suzanne Concors Richard Cone & Ann Quebedeaux Allan & Kelly Connell Jennifer Connors Mike Conway Carolyn Cope Berneice & Dempsey Copeland Chris & Shirley Cordner Patty Cornelius & Joe Cooke Dennis & Linda Costello Lou Ann Countryman Sheri Coury Cox Cares Fund Marijeanne Crabtree Dennis Cramer & Robin Radlauer-Cramer Ed & Bettie Creutz Michael & Nan Criqui Denise Croft

Charles Cuccaro & Ana Maria Grace Paul & Sarah Culver Candace Curlee Richard & Lynn Cusac Cymer Barbara Daedlow-Schweller Charles & Marilyn Dashe Richard & Kelly Daulton Gary & Denise David Karen Davies Russ Davis Anne Davis The Davison Family David Daymude & Lisa Lane Paul & Linnea Dayton Joseph Debilio Steve & Cherylann Deering Peter Delmonte & Katherine Blumberg Caroline DeMar Steve & Jane Dempsey Ryan Denner John Denton & Nancy Levin Nick & Cristina DePolo Samuel DePrimo Jim Determan John Dewald Fred & Kathleen Dickey James Dietz Dean & Alexa Dilley Lori Dilley Barry Dingle Steve Dinkin & Tara Fuad Gordon & Cathie Dixon Sidney Djanogly Allan & Carol Dodds Glenn & Karen Doshay Jeanine Dreifuss Mr. & Mrs. William Driscoll Daniel Drogichen Kathleen Drummond Erik & Rhonda Drury Frank & Penny Dudek Rose Ann Duncan Lee & Kazumi Duran

Dr. Jerry Dwek & Dr. Christine Chung Jim Dyjak & Susan Sherry Max Dykmans Eagle Creek Ames & Beryl Early Jeffrey & Stacey Eaton Bobby Edelman Richard & Jeri Eimers George Eiser Franklin Eller Marla Elliott Jim & Susan Elliott Pamela & Michael Elliott Tom & Vera Emrick Encinitas Environment Day William & Annmarie Engfelt Lawrence English Alfred & Karin Esser Daniel Essig Robin Etheridge Harry Ettinger Roderick Evans Mike & Nancy Evans Nancy, John & Chris Everett Robert Farber & Kelley Martin Farmer Leo’s Gerald & Janne Fecht Harold Feder & Gloria Sandvik Susan Fellows Gudrun Fiegl Edith Fine Jonathan Fish & Barbara Rodgers Joan Fisher Robert & Jan Fisher Michael Fisher & Elizabeth Meier Richard & Patricia Fitchen Katrin & Phyllis Flechsig Kim Fletcher Stephen Foote Mike Foreman & Lydia Cobb Wanda Forman Stephen Forrest Richard Forsyth & Katherine Leonard Charles & Alicia Foster

Sally Foster Lyndi Foster Stephen & Lynda Fox Warren Fox Carolyn Fox Mark & Lisa Franovich James & Karen Fraser Karen Fraser Nicholas Frazee John Frazier Carl & Christina Fredericks Marvin & Janine Free Dick & Lynn Freeland Karen Freeman Armin & Mary Freifeld Robert Friedman & Claudia Comins Marc & Lynne Friedmann Alex & Nancy Friehauf Friends of Fletcher Cove Yoko Fujimoto Heath Kelly Fulton Hal & Pam Fuson Sam & Joan Gabriel James & Kathryn Gaiser Gloria Garrett Bill & Holly Gastil Cheryl Gaston Casey & Hilary Gauntt Marcy Gehrke Bernhard Geierstanger Don Geiger & Emmy Garnica Dennis Geiler John & Lis Georgeson John & Heather Giammona Nancy Giberson, PhD Stacy Gidcumb Joris Gieskes Jason & Jesse Giessow Carla Gilbert Dan & Cathy Gill James Gilmore & Cameron James Elizabeth Gilpin Lavender Ginsberg Norman & Lynn Ginsburg Dorothy M Gish

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VII. INVESTOR RECOGNITION Marc Gittelsohn Bill & Susan Glockner Iris Godbout Sandra Goetz Martin Gold Mark & Kris Goldstein Dr. Richard Gomez & Lina Mendenhall David & Sona Goodblatt Jonathan Goodmacher Rod Goodson Jane Goodwin Rosemary Goodyear Steve & Karen Larsen Gordon Joseph Gordon Michael & Jane Gordon Nancy Gordon & Barb Potts June Gottleib Peter Gourevitch & Celia Falicov Henry & Catherine Graham Susan Graham Grangetto’s Farm & Garden Supply Eric & Donna Granholm Tandora Grant The Grauer School Deanna Graumann Caren Graves Randal Greenslate Jim & Carrie Greenstein Brad & Lauren Greider Thomas & Margaret Greubel Veronica Griffin Margaret Griffith Robert & Virginia Grigg Don & Joan Grine Erik & Irina Gronborg Tor Gronborg Richard & Cheryl Gann Gross Barbara & George Groth Inga Grove Eric & Susan Groves Donna & Donald Gruol Victoria Gulley Noah & Rena Hadas Debra Hager

Edward & Stephanie Hall Terrence & Martha Hallaren Donald & Deborah Halliday Marc Halpern Lisa Hamilton Debbie Hanna Patrick Hannifin Judy Hanson Frank Hanson Christopher & Kristy Harden Jim & Toni Harker Tom & Anita Harless Jerry Harmon Roger & Nancy Harmon Scott Harris Katherine Harrison Leonard & Frances Hart Chip & Nancy Hatch Marjorie Hatcher Linda Hauck Timothy Haviland Justin & Anne Hawkins Chuck & Lee Hawley Georgia Ann Hayashi Diane Hazard Jim Healy Ken & Susan Heffner Lisa Heinz Michael & Kandi Henderson Herb Henderson Terry Hendlin Steven & Sarah Henriksen Daniel & Susan Henry Scott Henry & Kim Lande Jamie Henson & Robert Housekeeper Henry Herms, Jr. David & Joan Herskowitz Anne Hewel Hewlett-Packard Company Richard Hicks Robert Higuchi Helen Hill Richard Hills J. William Hinchy Louis Hock James & June Hoffman

Douglas Hoffman Patricia Hogan Doan & Mary Beth Hohmeyer Ken & Barbara Holland Nicole & William Holliday Colin & Vicky Holman Stanley & Annette Hook George Hoover Maureen Horn Ken & Chris Hornback Amy Horne & Douglas Loeser David & Bonnie Horrigan Estil & Margaret Hoversten Paul & Caroline Howard John Howard William Howden William & Pam Howe Jang Hsu Mark Huber Virginia Huey Mark & Davi Huffman Carl & Lisa Hulle Dr. Kent & Candace Humber John & Sharon Hunt Edwin & Dona Hutchins Karen Hutchinson Robert Hyman Michael Imrich Intuit Foundation Matching Program Michael & Vera Irvine Bob & Sandy Irwin James Isaacson Robert Isaacson & Kyle Marie Wesendorf Janice Israel Robert & Nancy Jellison Mark Jenne Dorothy Jensen Linda Joerden Carl & Charlotte Johnk Gordon & Janell Johns Duane Johnson Linda Johnson Mr. & Mrs. William Johnson Frances Johnson

Gary R. Johnson & Florence Harrod Linda Jones, PhD Herschel & Mary Ann Jones Jennifer Jones Todd K. & E. Tracy Jones Donald Jones & Debra Quick-Jones Doug & Carolyn Jopes Georgine Jorgensen Jim & Mary Lou Kaae Thomas & Rena Kaiser Michael Kalichman & Linda Roux Carol Kane Susan Kanfer Sidney Karin Harvey & Elizabeth Karten, MD John & Deborah Kaufman Rand Kay Elizabeth Keithley Cliff & Karin Keller Jay Kelley Joe Kellogg Gwen Kenney Richard & Beverly Kerns Michael & Jeanne Kew Ray & Mary Anne Kieffer John & Sheryl Kies, III Trish Kimper Linda King Jim & Janie King Byron & Marianne King Sharon Klein Jay & Diana Klopfenstein Karen Knight Terry Knox Joseph & Carol Koch Patti Koger Sachiko Kohatsu & James Held Trudy Kohout & Stephen Perry Adam & Lisa Kommers Sally Kotnik Katherine & Thaddeus Kousser

Milos Kovacevic Greg Kowieski Jeff Krichmar John & Joan Kroener Mitchell Kronenberg Peter & Melissa Kuhn Kerry Kusiak Artun Kutchuk Peter La Dow John La Grange Jessica Laemmle Fred & Joy Lane Tom & Patricia Lang Chuck & Teri Lang Wells & Betty Lange Alan & Linda Langhorn Steven & Alexis Larky Jane Larsen David & Marietta Lassaline Terry & Kathy Lathrum Larry & Joyce Laveman George & Carol Law Hugh Lawrence & Daina Krigens Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lawton Frank & Shirley Layton Jeffrey & Patricia Leach Jean Leamy Dennis & Kathleen Lees Greg & Deb Lefevre Ellen Lefkowitz Jon & Judy Lelevier Cliff Leong David & Jayne Lesley Lillian & Richard Leslie Kenny Leung Paula Levin Michael & Shea Levin Florence Light Martin & Mary Lighterink Steve Lightner & Marc Smith Kathleen Lindemann Paul & Eva Linke Linkedin Gwen Littlewort Eric & Suellen Lodge Elly Lomberg

Paul Lonac Christie Jo Long Dave & Barbara Loskutoff Brian & Sharon Loveman Brian & Emily Lukacz Pamela Lurz Quentin Lyle Robert MacFarlane Clay Macleod Dr. and Mrs. Stuart MacPherson Pat & Christine Magnarella Anne Magoffin Mike Mahoney Daniel Maiman Skyler Maiman Jason Mair Randall & Constance Malin Jackie Malone Thomas Manders Frank & Chana Mannen Sharon Mansfield Shayla Manthei Michal & Eli Margalith Arnold Markman & Elizabeth Michel Dennis & Rosalie Marr Robert Marraccini Sharon Marshall John & Jane Martin Kevin & Julia Martin Roland & Candy Martinez Keith Marzullo & Susie Armstrong Carol M Mason Alanson & Janet Mason Barbara Mathis Chris McBee Joan McCaffrey James & Carol McCall Lise McCarty Jenny McClintock Michael & Karen McClune William McConnor Thomas & Livier McGee Daniel McGeehan Kevin & Margaret McGinnis

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VII. INVESTOR RECOGNITION John & Mary McIsaac Wendi & Neil McKenna Janet McLaughlin Marilee McLean Jeffrey McMillan Robert & Jan McMillan Robert McMurray & Nadine Spier-McMurray Barbara McQuiston Frank & Deborah McRock Medtronic Carole Melum Ketsela Mengistu Sheila Mergeanian Aviva Merion & Kevin Tays Gioia Messinger Mary Meyers Microsoft Matching Gifts Program John & Torre Middleton Betsy Miller Stephan Miller & Elisabeth Walcott William E Miller & Ida Houby Geoffrey Miller & Karen Haubrich Eric & Betty Milne Graham & Linda Milner Bonnie Minamide Edward & Phyllis Mirsky Robin Mitchell Brian & Heather Miyazaki Beverly Moazed Gary Moinet Martha Montanez Louis Montrose & Caroline Ding Kim Moons Richard & Frances Moore Bob & Cindy Moore Barbara Moore Jose Morales David Moreno Bill & Gretchen Morgan Stephen & Dordi Moriel Dierdre & Greg Morris Charlotte Morris Ron & Jill Morris Melisse Mossy

Marcelle Mourao Thomas Mowry Edwin & Pauline Mraz Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Munnecke Robert Murashige & Marsha Richards John S. Murphy Joseph Musser James & Josephine Myers George Nakamura Barry Naughton Alex & Natalie Neal Thomas & Mary Nee Nancy Neigus Jennifer Nelson Pat & Linda Nelson Lyn Nelson Paul & Nancy Nelson Bud & Susan Nelson Michael & Eren Nemiroff Nick Neumeyer Michael Newhouse & Rose Lochmann Barbara & Morton Newman Mark & Suzanne Nims Carol & Dean Ninteman Robert & Delores Noble John & Barbara Nommesen Nordson Corporation Sally Norvell David & Marlene Nourok Mary Novak Gail Nugent Bradley Nussbaum J. Lloyd O’Connell James & Gretchen O’Connell George & Dudney O’Dell Ryan & Jenny Oehler John & Sally O’Hara The Ohman Family Olde Boys Club Stephen O’Leary Robert Olson Dr. Tilman Oltersdorf & Dr. Leah Levi Nojan & Pamela Omidi Mary O’Neill

Oracle Corporation Matching Gifts Program Abe Ordover & Eleanor Musick Gary & Julia Orso Linda Oz Robert & Christine Paccione Lawrence & Terri Palinkas Thomas Parker Rosalie Parkinson Donald & Janice Parks Jenny Paschall Dean Pasko & Francine Duvall Kimberly Patten Robert & Shauna Patton Kathleen Paveglio Copper & Catherine Pavnic John Payne Edward & Barbara Pearson Cindy Pedersen Michael G Peeler Penniman Family Fund Claudia Perdomo Daniel Pertschuk Warren & Roseann Peterson Iris Peterson Magnus & Brigitte Pfahl Darren Pfefferman Peter Philan Larry Pickering Mariette Pinchart Ryan Pingree Janet Placido Todd J. Plastino Shirley Platzer-Stocks Ralph Plender Charles & Cecilia Plost Kenneth & Sheila Poggenburg Ann Pogue Dadla Ponizil & Judy Berlfein William Popp Shirley Pounders Clement Michael & Luciana Powell Daniel Powell Powell Family Foundation Lewis & Liz Pozzebon Jeffrey Pressman & Nancy Kollisch

Bernard Preyer Jennifer Price Carla Pryor Larry & Tina Pryor Bill Pultz & Maureen Moss Lindsay & Debra Quackenbush Susan Quillman Philip Raffee & Lois James Joe & Karen Ramsdell Christine Randall Sabrina Randolph Robert Randolph & Laurie Switzer Glenn & Andrea Rankin Eric Ransavage Robert & Susan Rantzow Donna Raub Carol & John Rayes Diane & Robert Redmon Marty & Elizabeth Reed Steven Reich Joseph & Freda Reid Jacquelyn Reingold Robert Reiss Tad Reynales Jeanette Reynolds Cecilia Rhodes Lawrence & Carol Rhyne Edwina & Roy Riblet Sharron Rice Gary & Rebecca Rice Tracy & Debby Richmond Ross Ridder & John Spencer Patricia Rinaker Lisa M Risser Dick & Pat Robertson Harry Roesener Lawrence & Joy Rogers Wayne & Kristina Rogers Virginia Rogers Tammy Rogers J. Gregory Rollinson Steve Rose & Sharon Clay Rose Patricia Roskowski Marion Ellen Ross Jack Ross & Barbara Bolton Kenneth & Colleen Roth

Peter & Winona Rowat Alison Royle Karl Rudnick & Jill Cooper Alan Russell Randall Ryti Victoria Sack Kevin & Deborah Sagara San Dieguito Equine Group Josiah & Abbie Sand Burt & Sonya Sandberg Jerry & Lynn Sandlin Andrew & Erica Saphire Mary Sasso Bob Sauers & Alis McCurdy Save Old Solana James & Nancy Saw Richard & Alexa Saxon John & Linda Scales Lydia Scharpf John & Mary Schatz Robert Schell Rich & Lindy Schermerhorn Stefan Scheumann Pat & Margaret Schlesinger Jane Schmauss Alan Schmidt & Alby Quinlan Marcia Schofield Judy Schramm John & Eleanor Schuster Cheryl Schwaebe Mary Schwalen Lois Schwartz Hillel Schwartz David & Pamela Scott Brian Scull & Christine Morton Sculptural Jewelry Kenneth & Lynn Selzer Sempra Energy Foundation Vera Shadi Lisa Shaffer Charles & Jenny Shalliol Jonathan Shapero & Patti Shackelford Lucy Sharp Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton Josh & Adrienne Sherman

James & Susan Sherman Michael & Jan Shields Jerry & Frieda Shiller Patrick Shipley Tom & Linda Shipman Sharla Short Glenn Silverman Jim & Gretchen Simpson Eric Simpson Greg Sisson Lissa Skiles Cecelia Skrukrud Adelaide Sloboda Lance & Lynne Small Allys Smith Gail Smith Carol & Stuart Smith Pemberton & Jean Smith Mary Jean Smith Joanne Smith Maida Soghikian Amber & Daniel Sogorka Albert Somit & Linda Corder Marty Sommercamp Robert & Nancy Sonnhalter Peter & Carol Soria Albert & Sandra Southworth Valerie Sowder Harry Speir Robert & Annete Spillane Milton & Zita Spinner Barbara Spiro Robert & Maryann Sporl Mark Stabb Bruce & Caroline Stabile Christa Stahl Bill & Mandy Stallcup Alexander & Barbara Stanculescu James & Dareen Starck Robin Stark Dorothy Starkey Susan Steele & Mike Conley Stuart Steinfeld Daryl & Margaret Stermon Herschel & Camille Stern Billy Stern & Carolyn Whitehouse

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VII. INVESTOR RECOGNITION Richard Stevens Barbara J. Stewart James & Kathleen Stiven James & Ruth Stoffel Sally Stoffel Martin & Maryann Stone Debby & Barry Strauss Strelitzia Ventures Jane Stro Barbara Stroud Debbie Struck-Shampain Shirley Strum Kathryn Sturch Valetta Sueppel George & Joan Sugihara Kathleen Sullivan Willa Sumer James Summers Cliff & Pam Surko Bruce & Marge Sutherland Barbara Swanson Rock & Suzanne Swanson Curtis & Judith Sword, Jr. Trudy Synodis Jackie Tait Jean Tempke Mike Tentor David Theno Ms. Peyton Theodore Julianna & James Thomas Eloise Thomas Dan & Mary Thomas Lisa Thompson J. Reed & Solange Thompson Diane Thompson Ian Thompson Kathryn Thorbjarnarson Michael & Jennifer Tillman Toro Rene Townsend Rachel Townsend Christine Treadway Louisa Triandas Dr. John & Mrs. Marcia Trombold Jerry Trust Jerry Tuler Joseph & Linda Tunner

Carl Turnbull Wendy Turner Catherine A Tyre Diane & Robert Tyson Robert Upp Michael Urbach Tammy Valley Rankine & Mary Van Anda Sally Van Haitsma Kris & Dayle Van Lom Marielle Van Thillo Stephen Vandien Viasat Steve Vico Stanley & Judith Vignos Tom & Sylviane Volz Jutta Von Weise Marilyn Voorhies Dave & Dawn Voss Keith Vrhel, MD Charles & Nancy Walker Julia & Tom Walker Pamela Walker Maria Walker Norman & Patricia Walker Connie Walsh Terry Wardell & Tracy Weiss Garth Ware & Diane Baxter Joanne Warren Waters Corporation Kenneth & Elaine Watson Weatherly Asset Management, LLP Jeanette Webb Mikel & Betzi Weinberg Jim & Kim Weinberger Robert Weisgrau Kevin & Michele Weiss Aaron & Carla Weiss Mark & Gayle Wells John G. Wells Lynn Wetzell Gary & Kristin Wheeler Michael White & Jerre Stallcup Allen White & Julie Haugsness-White Bill & Maryann Wickett

Martyn Widgery & Linda Beth Muehlhauser John Wigmore Lilly Wilcox Joan Williamson Anna Willis Russ Wilson Karen Wilson Elizabeth Wilson Robert Wilson & Norma Goodnight Elizabeth & Clint Winant Jacqueline & Edward Winterer Karen & Fred Wise Carol Wolf John & Patricia Wolfe Francisco & Toni Wong Brian Wood Dean & Susan Work James & Jane Woulfe Susan Wright Daniel Wulbert Margaret Wurster Peter Wussow Pete & Sharon Wylie Pat Yeakley Kay Yim Harry & Elsie Yip Jeffrey & Karen Young Stanley & Eleanor Zahler Joseph & Rose Zakarian Sandra Zarcades Sholeh & Bijan Zayer Dave & Brenda Zito Bradley Zlotnick Peter & Shelly Zwick

Donations were made in Honor or Memory of: Katie Belle Edie Bernendsen Carl Biehl Susan Chang Tom Clotfelter Tom Cope Robert Cordner Maria Davey Janie DeCelles Dean Dilley Holly Dodd Alexandra Ellis Ilse Epprecht D. John Faulkner Wilcox & Fitzgibbons Jimmy Gauntt Doug Gibson

Arthur Gruen, MD Frances Hamilton White Kitty Henderson Richard Hendlin Woody Hinshaw Alan Jewett Linda Jones, PhD Ken Knudson Sylvia Krissoff Chris Lindgren Joel Maiman Jean McGraw Loren Nancarrow Kenneth Nemeroff Jimmy Noll Ashleigh Palinkas Paul Reynolds Ray & Laura Rodelander Will Rogers

Anne Byrne Rust DJ Screw Bob & Ann Sensibaugh Daniel James Sisson Sarah Stead Jeanne Symons Aspen & Savannah Theodore Patricia Trauth Ralph Vico Dani Warren-Angelucci The Webber Family Scott Wehrley Tina Zucker

Striped shore crab (Pachygrapsus crassipes) Courtesy Jo Quinn

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San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy 2014 Annual Report  

This is the annual report of performance (2014) for San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy, the nonprofit community-supported land trust for San Elijo...

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy 2014 Annual Report  

This is the annual report of performance (2014) for San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy, the nonprofit community-supported land trust for San Elijo...

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