Several Thousand Acres of Wildlife homes are to be Saved by CA in November
Notice of Meeting
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION BOARD
November 16, 2016 10:00 a.m. State Capitol, Room 112 Sacramento, California 95814
Preliminary Agenda Items
MAPS OF ALL PURCHASES: https://goo.gl/photos/HzSJZ7Q2i7597EFR8
State Route 36, Buck Mountain Mitigation, Humboldt County $0.00
acceptance of 155± acres to compensate for impacts due to State Route 36 Road Improvement project undertaken in 2013. The property is located near Dinsmore.
Smithneck Creek Wildlife Area Land Exchange, Sierra County $7,000
exchange of 4± acres owned by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) for 9± acres, owned by Sierra County to serve as an expansion to CDFW’s Smithneck Creek Wildlife Area located near the town of Loyalton in Sierra County.
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA:
Montesol Ranch, Lake and Napa Counties $3,760,000
acquire a Conservation Easement over 7,266± acres of land near the City of Calistoga
American Canyon, Napa County $0.00
acceptance of 307± acres to compensate for the construction of the American Canyon High School and Middle School located in American Canyon in Napa County.
Marywood- Hwy 17 Wildlife Crossing, Santa Cruz County $415,000
acquire a conservation easement over 133± acres of land located near Scotts Valley
Irish Hills, Waddell Ranch, San Luis Obispo County $505,000
acquire in fee 154± acres
Chesebro Meadow, Los Angeles County $2,555,000
acquire 71± acres to enhance wildlife linkages, located near the City of Agoura.
Cheyenne property, San Diego County $567,825
acquire in fee 118± acres in the City of Santee.
Capralis property, San Diego County $108,015
acquire in fee 20± acres in the City of Santee
University Heights, San Diego $1,281,750
acquisition of 258± acres near the City of Escondido