Temescal Canyon Group Holds 44th Annual Meeting

The Temescal Canyon Association, long an active environmental watchdog group in Pacific Palisades, held its 44th annual meeting on Nov. 29 in the historic Temescal dining hall.

The guest speaker was Dr. Seth Riley, a veteran wildlife ecologist with the National Park Service. He gave a PowerPoint presentation focused on the behavior, ecology and conservation of carnivores (notably mountain lions, bobcats and coyotes) in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

TCA President Gil Dembo reviewed the organization’s accomplishments this past year and noted, “We have moved into the 21st century with our new website” (www.temcanyon.org).

Other TCA board members include Carol Leacock (vice president), Susan Orenstein (secretary), Patti Post (treasurer), Maria Bane, Richard G. Cohen, Barbara Dembo, Shirley Haggstrom, Jim Kenney, Roseanne Landay, Ted Mackie, Norma Spak, Brenda Theveny, Ron Webster and Roger Woods.

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