The Chaparral Lands Conservancy In the News

Check out the recent TV news on The Chaparral Lands Conservancy’s exciting work to supplement a population of one of San Diego’s rarest plants, the short-leaved liveforever. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is so much more than epic views and it’s important that visitors stay on trails to avoid trampling the many little animal and plant residents that call this place home.

San Diego’s Liveforever plant nearing extinction

Work underway to save endangered plant at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Carmel Mountain Dudleya
The sprouting short-leaved Dudleya appears to thrive in tiny saturated patches of soil amidst hard sandstone along steep edges of coastal mesas. These areas are often trampled as people seek prime ocean and sunset views.
Blooming short-leaved Dudlea
Blooming short-leaved Dudlea. This extremely rare plant grows at only five places on the planet in just a few square miles of north coastal San Diego County.