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Friday, April 10, 2009

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Todd Ranch adds 738 acres to Knoxville Wildlife Area


4/1/2009---After 15 years, the Land Trust of Napa County has completed efforts to purchase another 738 acres for the Knoxville Wildlife Area north of Lake Berryessa. $3.37 million in Funds to complete the purchase came from the California Wildlife Conservation Board.

http://newspherenapa.com/2009/04/todd-ranch-adds-738-acres-to-knoxville-wildlife-area/

http://www.napalandtrust.org/frameland.html

http://rare-earth-news.blogspot.com/2008/07/total-of-8648-acres-of-california.html

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