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Eric Larson, Executive Director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, on LF at Encinitas City Council

Eric Larson, Executive Director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, spoke on behalf of the Leichtag Foundation at Encinitas City Council.  Transcript: (see below for audio) Thank you very much—I’ll get that slip afterwards. Honorable mayor and members of the council, my name is Eric Larson, Executive Director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, […]

Sukkot at the Ranch: Sukkah Designs

Reposted from JewishNorthCounty.com Sukkah “Earth” Daron Joffee of Farmer D Organics and Kurt Buxton of Valley Crest Design Group The Chaya Adamah, Living Earth Sukkah  is a living temporary sukkah structure that celebrates the Leichtag Foundation and Ecke Ranch’s vision for connecting community, tradition, innovation, sustainability, the arts, education and social outreach. The gabion rock base reminds us of the […]

Grantee Perception Report 2013

Dear Leichtag Foundation Friends and Partners, In October 2012, the Leichtag Foundation commissioned the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) to assess the Foundation’s performance from the perspective of our most valued partners, our grantees. We appreciate your willingness to be part of this process and are pleased to share some key findings with you. The […]

Jewish Life in Coastal North County, San Diego Focus Group – Executive Summary

May 2012 Submitted By: Beth Glick Yonatan Gordis The Center for Leadership Initiatives Background: In January 2012, following an initial stage of interviews with community leaders, the Leichtag Foundation deepened its research efforts to understand Jewish life in Coastal North County San Diego, so that it can invest effectively in this area in the upcoming […]

Leichtag Foundation Purchases Iconic Ecke Property to Grow a Platform for North County Community and Jewish Life

The Leichtag Foundation announced today that we have signed an option agreement to purchase the Paul Ecke Ranch property in Encinitas. The Foundation plans to create a cultural and community resource for the San Diego region and the Jewish community. Paul Ecke Ranch, located between Saxony Road and Quail Gardens Drive adjacent to the San […]