TNBC Releases two RFPs

The Conservancy’s Board of Directors approved the release of two RFPs. The first RFP is for Audit and Tax Services and the second RFP is for Land Management and Maintenance. The RFPs are available by clicking on the items below. Audit and Tax Services… Continue Reading TNBC Releases two RFPs

New land acquisition

The latest Conservancy land acquisition, the “Richter tract,” adds 80 acres to the organization’s Central Basin Reserve Area. This is the portion of the Natomas Basin where rice production is the dominant land use. “This is a perfect acquisition for th… Continue Reading New land acquisition

Research on the NBHCP’s “Covered Species”

Occasionally the Conservancy participates in or is made aware of research that is specific to the NBHCP’s “Covered Species.” While the resources listed here are not intended to be comprehensive, they are noteworthy in that they have helped the Conserva… Continue Reading Research on the NBHCP’s “Covered Species”

2018 Implementation Annual Report

2018 Implementation Annual Report

Each year, the Conservancy must file an Implementation Annual Report with the state and federal Wildlife Agencies as well as to all “parties” to the Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan (NBHCP). The Metro Air Park Habitat Conservation Plan is also i… Continue Reading 2018 Implementation Annual Report

2019 Grower Meeting

The Conservancy recently completed its annual meeting with its tenant growers. Communications with the farmers focused on the HCP’s “Covered Species” and examining ways to help the Conservancy implement the HCPs. This year’s meeting included presentati… Continue Reading 2019 Grower Meeting

2017 Implementation Annual Report

Each year, the Conservancy must file an Implementation Annual Report with the state and federal Wildlife Agencies as well as to all “parties” to the Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan (NBHCP). The Metro Air Park Habitat Conservation Plan is also i… Continue Reading 2017 Implementation Annual Report

2018 Grower Meeting

In order to keep the lines of communication open between the Conservancy and its tenant farmers, the Conservancy recently completed its 2018 meeting with growers. The key topics for the meeting included compliance with water quality regulations, Covere… Continue Reading 2018 Grower Meeting

New appointments to the Conservancy’s Board of Directors

The County of Sutter has appointed Glenn Michael Johnston to the Conservancy’s Board of Directors. In the same action, Conservancy Board member Jeffrey Helm was re-appointed by Sutter County to renewed term on the Conservancy’s Board.

John Shirey was elected as new TNBC Board Chair

John Shirey was elected Board Chair of the Board of Directors of the Conservancy at the Board’s recent Annual Meeting of the Corporation. Shirey is a City of Sacramento appointee to the Conservancy’s Board and has served since April 2017. Shirey is the… Continue Reading John Shirey was elected as new TNBC Board Chair

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