The San Diego Foundation today announced the availability of grant funding through the Opening the Outdoors program. The spring 2016 grant cycle will prioritize community-driven projects that develop or improve access to natural space throughout the San Diego region, particularly in park-poor and underserved communities.
The San Diego Foundation today announced an open call for grant applications through the Blasker-Rose-Miah Endowment Fund. Applications will be accepted for projects focusing on research that enhances our understanding of how to address climate change in the San Diego region.
As storms and flooding from El Nino threaten the San Diego region’s coastline, infrastructure and economy, the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative (Climate Collaborative) have received a $689,500 federal grant for coastal hazard protection and resilience.
Our Director, Environment Initiatives, Nicola Hedge shares how The Foundation and its partners are preparing future generations for climate change.
Our Director, Environment Initiatives, Nicola Hedge examines the history of drought in San Diego and how you can help support our region's natural resources.
In honor of the 45th celebration of Earth Day, learn five fun facts about the San Diego Environment from our Environment Initiatives Manager, Emily Guevara.
New video spotlights the efforts of local scientists and regional leaders, working together to maintain the San Diego climate and economy.
The “2050 is Calling” report covers San Diego climate issues ranging from temperature and precipitation, water resources, coastal flooding, wildfires, nature and health.
Find out how these grant recipients will support research that enhances our understanding of how to address San Diego climate change.