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Monday, October 31, 2016

Big Land Deal in Napa, and others by State Wildlife Board

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 

DETAILS:

NORTH COAST:

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.


SIERRA NEVADAS:

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.


CENTRAL COAST:

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


L.A.COUNTY:

Chesebro Meadow, Los Angeles County $2,555,000
acquire 71± acres to enhance wildlife linkages, located near the City of Agoura.


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA:

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


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