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They Were Popping, Folks!
What a spring we had on the Carrizo Plain! Some say it was the best bloom in recent memory with more of the Plain blanketed in wildflowers than in a long while. The US BLM alone estimates there were 85,000 visitors in March and April to the Carrizo Plain National...
What’s New – June, 2018
We have had an eventful 2018 so far, and ask for your continued support for our conservation programs in the Carrizo Plain. Here are the highlights. Adding (Again!) to the National Monument Through The “Section 14” Project In the last year CPC has acquired by purchase...
42 acres donated to Carrizo Plain National Monument
The Carrizo Plain Conservancy announces that it has donated a 42-acre parcel of private land with a quarter-mile of shoreline on Soda Lake to the United States of America for inclusion in the Carrizo Plain National Monument. While Interior Department officials in...
Growing Our Partnership with the Sequoia Riverlands Trust
It takes a village to conserve important lands that connect wildlife corridors to keep landscapes and their ecosystems resilient. CPC is delighted to be adding the Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) to our portfolio of partners (www.sequoiariverlandstrust.org). SRT...
CPC Gets Grant to Update the Northern Carrizo’s Conceptual Area Protection Plan (CAPP)
The CPC has received a grant that will allow us to update the Northern Carrizo’s CAPP. Once updated, the CAPP will be used to line up funding for conservation acquisition. The funding comes from the Wildlife Conservation Board. According to their website, the WCB: was...
CPC Now owns over 8000 acres of solar preservation lands
CPC Requests President Obama to Add 12,000 acres to CPNM
In June of 2016, the Bureau of Land Management and Friends of the Carrizo Plain hosted the Carrizo Plain Conservancy and many CPNM friends and associates on a tour for Lois Capps as she completes her years of service in Congress. Neil Havlik presented Ms. Capps with a...
Carrizo Plain Conservancy now owns over 8000 acres of solar preservation lands
The CPC recently took possession of the Topaz Settlement Lands and the California Valley Solar Ranch Settlement Lands, totally over 8000 acres.
CPC requests president Obama to add 12,000 acres to Carrizo Plain National Monument
Carrizo Plain Conservancy president Neil Havlik presented Ms. Capps with a request to petition the President to add approximately 16,000 acres to the National Monument.
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