Encinitas “Cluster” Becomes a Hub of Environmental Education

Encinitas “Cluster” Becomes a Hub of Environmental Education

i Apr 25th No Comments by

Six Encinitas organizations announced their formal collaboration today as Partners in the new Encinitas Environmental Education Cluster, or E3 Cluster.

The Encinitas Union School District, Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA, San Diego Botanic Garden, San Dieguito Heritage Museum, Seacrest Village Retirement Communities, and Leichtag Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding on April 4, 2014, outlining their agreement to develop educational, experiential learning and multigenerational programs around the nexus of agriculture, horticulture, nutrition, science, sustainability, community building, and the local history and agricultural traditions of Encinitas.

Continue reading the complete announcement here.