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Friday, May 4, 2012

State wildlife land buys for May 2012...


Over 17,000 acres to be saved for Critters this Month

NOTICE OF MEETING
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION BOARD
May 31, 2012, 10:00 AM
State Capitol, Room 112, Sacramento, California 95814
SUMMARY:
SISKIYOU COUNTY: 3104 ACRES
HUMBOLDT COUNTY: 8461 ACRES
BUTTE COUNTY: 918 ACRES
FRESNO COUNTY: 11 ACRES
MONTEREY COUNTY: 113 ACRES
RIVERSIDE COUNTY: 1372 ACRES
SOLANO COUNTY: 2910 ACRES
SAN DIEGO COUNTY: 139 ACRES
LOS ANGELES COUNTY: 1030 ACRES

Little Shasta Conservation Easement (Townley) $1,327,900, Siskiyou County
grant to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to acquire a conservation easement over 3,104± acres of land for protection of critical winter range for elk and other regional California wildlife and protection of grasslands that sustain working landscapes, located east of the City of Yreka and the town of Montague in Siskiyou County.


Charles Mountain Ranch Conservation Easement, $1,200,000, Phase II Humboldt County
grant to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to acquire a working forest conservation easement over 4,437± acres located eight miles southeast of Bridgeville in Humboldt County


Chalk Mountain phase 2--4024 acre forest conservation easement in Humboldt county---$2 million


Little Chico Creek Oak Woodland Conservation Easement $315,000 Butte County
To consider the allocation for a grant to Northern California Regional Land Trust to acquire a conservation easement over 239± acres of land to protect and preserve oak woodland habitat located seven miles northeast of Chico in Butte County. WITHDRAWN FROM AGENDA-POSTPONED TO 3/2013 MEETING

679 acres in Daugherty Hill wildlife area-expansion 13, in Butte County, $2.7 million
WITHDRAWN FROM AGENDA-POSTPONED TO 8/2012 MEETING

San Joaquin River Parkway, $245,000 Camp Pashayan #2, Fresno County
acquisition of 11± acres of land by the San Joaquin River Conservancy for the protection of riparian and oak woodland habitats and provide future public use opportunities, located along the San Joaquin River, just east of State Highway 99 in the City of Fresno, in Fresno County.


Marks Ranch $552,076 Phase II, Monterey County
grant to the Monterey County Parks Department to acquire 113± acres to protect native grasslands, oak woodlands, riparian woodlands and seasonal wetlands that serve as an import wildlife corridor, located west of Salinas, adjacent to the Toro County Park, along Highway 68, in Monterey County.


Santa Margarita River Ecological Reserve, $25,000 Expansion 4, Riverside County
acquisition of 21± acres of land, southwest of the City of Temecula, in Riverside County.


Santa Rosa Mountains (Blixeth 1), $10,000 Expansion 16, Riverside County
acquire 1,342± acres of land for the protection of Peninsular bighorn sheep habitat, and to provide future wildlife oriented public use opportunities.


Upper Mission Creek / Big Morongo Canyon $5,000 Conservation Area, Expansion 5, Riverside County
acquire 9± acres of land for the protection of core habitat linkages, fluvial and aeolian sand transport corridor, alluvial fan habitat, and mountainous habitat important for the Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard, Peninsular bighorn sheep, and other species addressed in the Coachella Valley Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan and provide future wildlife oriented public use opportunities, located north of the City of Palm Springs in Riverside County.


47 acres in San Diego County-El Cajon
92 acres in San Diego County--Michelson

763 acres in Suisun Marsh in Solano County, $1.5 million
982 acres in Suisun Marsh--Grizzly Ranch in Solano County, $2 million

1165 acres in Rockville Trail Estates in Solano County, $2.8 million


1030 acres in Soledad Canyon in Los Angeles County, Nominn property, $2.48 million



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