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San Diego River Park Foundation

April 19th, 2009

As nature intended: the San Diego River at flood stage in Mission Valley.

Rob Hutsel, the Executive Director of the San Diego River Park Foundation, stops by Treehuggers International to talk about the foundation and conservation work along the length of San Diego’s namesake river, including the foundation’s recent milestone of one million (!) pounds of trash being removed from the river since the organization’s beginnings in 2001.

The San Diego River Park Foundation is a community-based, grassroots organization seeking to tie the San Diego River together as a greenbelt along it’s 52-mile course, from the river’s headwaters in the Cuyamaca Mountains to the Pacific at Ocean Beach. Learn more about this incredibly active, efficient community steward as Rob also talks about this year’s San Diego River Days, happening May 9th to May 17th, for which Treehuggers International is a proud media sponsor.

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