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Saturday, January 31, 2009

640 Acres are Saved in Tehama County

1/27/2009--Just nine short months after they first contacted the Northern California Regional Land Trust, the landowners of the 640-acre R&R Ranch in eastern Tehama County are able to say that their entire ranch property is protected from development so that future generations can enjoy it’s large expanse of oak woodlands, grasslands, and wetlands.

R & R Ranch is located in southeastern Tehama County and is surrounded by TNC’s Dye Creek Preserve to the south and DFG’s Tehama Wildlife Area to the north, west and east. The conservation values protected under the easement include unplowed grasslands, blue oak woodlands, wetlands, natural stream courses and waterways, unfragmented open space, corridors for the unimpaired passage of wildlife, natural communities that provide habitat for native wildlife species, including the Tehama Deer Herd, raptors, waterfowl, and many species of common and rare plants and animals.

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