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--the California "Mega-Park" Project

Tracking measurable success on preserving and connecting California's Parks & Wildlife Corridors

Friday, June 12, 2020

WCB 5/2020


East Contra Costa County, Bloching, 3 acres for $105,000

Robins Nest II, 22 acres for $635,000, plus $100,000 from the SF Valley Audubon Society, in LA County

Rancho Royale, in Riverside County desert, 481 acres, $565,000 from the WCB and $1.75 million from USFWS, and $565,000 from the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy

Santa Ana to Palomar Mountains freeway bridge, $378,000, in Riverside County

Frog Lake, near Lake Tahoe (Nevada County), 201 acres for $1.3 million

Hunewill Ranch, 4100 acres conservation easement in Mono County, $1.2 million from WCB, $3.7 million from the NRCS and $5000 from the CA Deer assoc,

Santa Cruz mts/Coyote Ridge Expansion 1, 1526 acres in Santa Clara County for $1.5 million from WCB, $1.8 mil from USFWS, $600,000 from the Moore Foundation, and $456,000 from the Santa Clara Valley Habitat Authority

Coyote Valley Landscape Linkage/Sobrato South, 235 acres in Santa Clara County, for $10 mil from WCB, $5 million from the State Coastal Conservancy, and $1 mil from Peninsula Open Space Trust

Smithneck Creek wildlife area, Exp 1/Mello, in Sierra County, 976 acres for $880,000 from WCB

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