Support Solana Center!

Help us in our mission to empower students and adults through education and action to become environmental stewards in their communities! We've been here for 30 years, providing you with free education presentations, composting workshops, and encouraging the community to change the way they think about their environment. Please show us your support and donate today!

In the News

The Rob Machado Foundation, dedicated to teaching youth about their impact on the environment, once again had a team of 98 motivated volunteers managing waste at Bro-Am, in partnership with the Solana Center. The Green Team contributed a combined 400 hours of service, and ensured that 892 pounds of waste were diverted from the landfill — that's 500 more pounds of waste recycled than last year! Read the entire article here

Who We Are

Solana Center  touches more than 10,000 San Diego County residents each year  through its environmental education and community outreach programs.  We educate approximately 4,500 San Diego County students each year and provide more than 600 compost and worm bins annually. Each year we add capacity and infrastructure to divert 1.3 million pound of organic waste from landfills.

For 30 years, Solana Center has worked at the grass roots level to encourage the community to change the way they think about their environment.  We promote the sustainable management of resources through education, and hope that people will begin to rethink the products they use and how we can reduce our impact on the planet.