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Stewardship Pathways Plant Propagation Cohort Convenes at the La Jolla Indian Campground

The Stewardship Pathways native plant propagation training cohort gathered at the La Jolla Indian Campground for a final convening to close out the 2022 training season. The day began with a tour to discuss the impacts the gold spotted oak borer is having on the oaks, and what is being done to address this growing problem. On the tour, the cohort was joined by the Tribal Working Group, in a joint gathering at the campground.



The Stewardship Pathways native plant propagation training cohort gathered at the La Jolla Indian Campground for a final convening to close out the 2022 training season. The day opened with a welcome from Chairwoman Conteras and blessing from Councilmember Jack Musick. Following morning discussion the group was able to take a tour of the campground lands led by Joelene Tamm and Chief Wesley Ruise Jr., specifically to discuss the impacts the gold spotted oak borer is having on the oaks, and what is being done to address this growing problem.


On the tour, the cohort was joined by the Tribal Working Group, in a joint gathering at the campgrounds. All participants then shared a meal together, provided by local cook Sabrina Magante.


The day closed with a reflection on the training sessions held thus far, and a discussion on what the program will look like in 2023. The Climate Science Alliance is grateful to the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians for allowing us to gather at the Campground and host us at this important event.



See what we accomplished together this year with the plant propagation group!

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