As Chairman of the Board for the Fallbrook Land Conservancy (FLC), Susan Liebes focuses her efforts on keeping our precious parks and preserves in pristine condition using native California plants. She was also an active member of the Native Plant Restoration Team at FLC for over 9 years before becoming Chairman. Helping to restore native habitat in the preserves. California native plants provide valuable wildlife habitat in Fallbrook. They are also drought tolerant and low maintenance, what's not to like.
The preserves provide a great place to enjoy hiking and to learn about native Southern California plants, animals, and habitats. The preserves host to hundreds of native mammal, bird, and reptile species and offer seasonal homes for migratory birds as well.
Susan Liebes has been gardening with native California plants for 20 years. She has a BS in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Tech. Susan moved to Fallbrook in 2003 and quickly fell in love with the Southern California chaparral ecosystem. Susan and her husband own a solar home on a property in Fallbrook where they grow native plants, veggies, herbs, succulents and chickens.