July 16th, 2010
The Cleveland National Forest Foundation is proud to announce the launch of Transit San Diego, a transit campaign dedicated to increasing transit for the San Diego region.
Visit our website to see how you can get involved: www.transitsandiego.org
By increasing transit, we intend to reduce air and water pollution, lower water consumption, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, lessen traffic congestion, and prevent the loss of precious land in San Diego and beyond.
March 8th, 2010
CNFF – Preserve The Legacy from CNFF on Vimeo.
This video was funded through the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and the County of San Diego Cable Television Review Commission. In the year 2000 the Cleveland National Forest Foundation was one of five non-profits awarded a grant by the Community Partnership for Cable Television. The Cleveland National Forest Foundation produced “San Diego’s Wilderness Treasure,” otherwise titled “Preserve the Legacy” in conjunction with the County’s Parks & Recreation department, to increase understanding and appreciation of the importance of preserving San Diego’s wilderness areas.
January 6th, 2010
The federal economic stimulus package presents San Diego with an unprecedented opportunity to build much-needed infrastructure for the community. For example, just when we thought that enhancing public transit in our region was impossible, federal funds may soon be available. Yet, rather than use this opportunity to address this vital gap in our transportation system, the San Diego Association of Governments is considering spending the vast majority of federal funds (which could be as high as $10 billion) on new highway projects. …Read the rest of this entry »