The Conservancy’s First Restoration and Enhancement Project Completed

The last task was recently completed on the Conservancy’s first restoration and enhancement project, bringing the habitat construction effort on the site to a close. Now the Conservancy fine tunes its management of the site for the benefit of species c… Continue Reading The Conservancy’s First Restoration and Enhancement Project Completed

Conservancy “Big Hat” Award

Alleghany Property Inc.’s David Bugatto was awarded the Conservancy’s “Big Hat” award at a recent Conservancy Board of Directors meeting. The award is given to those who perform extraordinary service on behalf of the Conservancy. (Photo at right… Continue Reading Conservancy “Big Hat” Award

Sutter County Preserve Map

Conservancy and Sutter County Ink Agreement

Conservancy preserves covered by Conservancy-Sutter County development agreement.In what may be the first of its kind between a habitat lands management organization and a unit of local government, the Conservancy and Sutter County have signed a develo… Continue Reading Conservancy and Sutter County Ink Agreement

Conservancy Opens Application Period for Administration Post

The Conservancy plans to employ an Administration Manager. Administration Manager The Natomas Basin Conservancy Application period: August 15, 2002 to November 1, 2002. (Job title and application dates subject to change) The successful candidate will a… Continue Reading Conservancy Opens Application Period for Administration Post

2002 Restoration & Enhancement Construction Ahead of Schedule

The Conservancy’s 2002 Restoration and Enhancement construction projects are progressing well ahead of schedule. It is certain all three will be operational by year’s end. The Conservancy’s 2002 Restoration and Enhancement Construction projects are loc… Continue Reading 2002 Restoration & Enhancement Construction Ahead of Schedule

Conservancy Acquires Its Largest Preserve

The Natomas Basin Conservancy announced today it acquired the largest piece of mitigation land since its inception. The Conservancy acquired the portion of the Sills Ranch that lies in Sacramento County. The site totals approximately 575 acres in one c… Continue Reading Conservancy Acquires Its Largest Preserve

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