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Thursday, February 9, 2017

WCB 2/2017

Two Really Important Wildlife Linkages to be Saved by State $$ in February

February 23, 2017 10:00 a.m. State Capitol, Room 112 Sacramento, California 95814


12,710 ACRES IN LOS PADRES FOREST, SAN LUIS OBISPO: Avenales Ranch; $2,395,000 grant to the California Rangeland Trust for a cooperative project with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to acquire conservation easements over 12,710± acres located near the community of Pozo. (Total price: $4 million)


10 page report on Avenales easement purchase:


NORTH LOS ANGELES: Valley Vista; $1,010,000 grant to the City of Santa Clarita to acquire fee title to 232 acres south of Santa Clarita, a key parcel in the Rim of the Valley park system. Total price: $3.475 million


HUMBOLDT: Mad River Hatchery Lot Line Adjustment: $40,000
acquisition in fee of 1.6± acres near the city of Blue Lake

CONTRA COSTA: Campos; $236,200 to acquire 80± acres in unincorporated Byron.

CONTRA COSTA: Viera North Peak; $437,000 to acquire 165± acres approximately three miles southeast of the City of Clayton.

RIVERSIDE: McLaughlin; $589,750 to acquire in fee 476± acres near Hemet.

RIVERSIDE: Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel and Delta Area - MRBL Property; $463,775 to acquire in fee 370± acres located southeast of the city of Indio, in the unincorporated community of Mecca.

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