Announcement of opportunities for conservation easements in Yolo County

The Yolo Habitat Conservancy is seeking landowners interested in establishing a habitat conservation easement on their land.

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The Yolo Habitat Conservancy is seeking landowners interested in establishing a habitat conservation easement on their land to protect habitat for species that are covered in the Yolo Habitat/Natural Community Conservation Plan (Yolo HCP/NCCP), a countywide conservation plan that preserves habitat for 12 species in Yolo County.

The Conservancy is currently prioritizing the acquisition of conservation easements on agricultural properties that provide habitat for western burrowing owl; however, the Conservancy will also accept applications for sites that have other covered species’ habitat to be considered for inclusion on the Conservancy’s candidate conservation easement wait list. The Conservancy accepts applications on an ongoing basis. Applications received by Tuesday, April 30 will be reviewed in May and June.
An application and additional information are also available on the Conservancy website at www.yolohabitatconservancy.org. There participants can download application for initial screening of a property, view the Conservation Reserve Area map and read about the process for establishing easements. After completing the application, scan and send by e-mail to info@yolohabitatconservancy.org. Completed applications can be sent to The Yolo Habitat Conservancy at 611 North St., Woodland, CA 95695.
Interested parties may also request an application to be mailed by calling the Conservancy at 530-723-5504.
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