Mission

The Torrey Pines Association, now known as Torrey Pines Conservancy, was founded in 1950 to encourage public interest in, and support for, the preservation of the rare Torrey pine trees and their scenic refuge. This is accomplished primarily by raising funds for special projects and by publishing informative material concerning Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve.

Board of Directors


2022

Rick Gulley

President

Nigella Hillgarth

Vice President

Donna Close

Treasurer

Joann Selleck

Secretary

Barbara McCardle

Membership Chair

Diane Ailor
Doug Dawson
Andy Field
John Hildebrand
Dave Van Cleve
Ed Vodrazka
Roger Showley

Board Meetings


Torrey Pines Conservancy members, donors and the public are invited to attend. Please contact us if you are interested in attending.

When

Last Wednesday of the Month @6:30pm

Where

Board Meetings are currently held online

Annual

Last Sunday in February

No meetings are held in the months of August or December.

Partners


California State Parks

California Docent Society

California State Parks Foundation

Los Peñasquitos Lagoon Foundation

Management


Plans & Documents

Draft Los Penasquitos Lagoon


Enhancement Plan Update (2017)

This draft document updates the original Los Penasquitos Lagoon Enhancement Plan certified in 1985.

The draft plan was prepared by the Los Penasquitos Lagoon Foundation in collaboration with California State Parks with input from numerous stakeholder groups through six public workshops sponsored by the Torrey Pines Association.

Draft Torrey Pines State Reserve


Trails Management Plan (2005)

The draft plan was prepared by California State Parks staff and Docent Rick Vogel.

It is designed to guide Reserve managers, staff, and volunteers who build, maintain, or repair trails within the Reserve. The plan seeks to balance protection of fragile natural resources with the desire for public access and recreation.

Torrey Pines Lodge


National Register of Historic Places (1998)

Nomination prepared by Alexander D. Bevil for California State Parks, San Diego Coast District.

Wildlife Management Plan


Torrey Pines State Reserve (1997)

A Report Prepared Under the Resource Preservation Grant Program of the California Department of Parks and Recreation.