Kevin McRae

New Board Member Kevin McRae

The Natomas Basin Conservancy seated its newest Board member, Kevin McRae, at the April meeting of the Conservancy’s Board of Directors. Mr. McRae has been a Natomas resident for 17 years, and is very active in the Natomas Home Owners Association and i… Continue Reading New Board Member Kevin McRae

Conservancy annual audit completed

As required by the 2003 NBHCP, the Conservancy’s annual audit of year-end financials has been completed. A clean opinion was issued by auditors Gilbert Associates, Inc. of Sacramento on March 24, 2010. Representatives of Gilbert met independently with… Continue Reading Conservancy annual audit completed

2010 LandSat Photo

Annual LANDSAT photo acquired showing Basin land use in 2010

Annually, the Conservancy acquires LANDSAT satellite images of the Natomas Basin. The Conservancy works with Ducks Unlimited’s cartographic experts to acquire the desired LANDSAT image, refine it, and then overlay the Conservancy’s properties onto the… Continue Reading Annual LANDSAT photo acquired showing Basin land use in 2010

NBHCP 2011 Fee Update - Fee Components Changed in Fee Decrease

Conservancy Board of Directors makes 2011 HCP fee recommendation

The Conservancy’s Board of Directors recently recommended that the current HCP fee of $44,050 per disturbed acre (the “base fee”) be decreased to $37,547 per acre. The Board also decided to recommend a fee decrease from $26,550 per acre to $22,5… Continue Reading Conservancy Board of Directors makes 2011 HCP fee recommendation

TNBC – RFP’s

The Conservancy’s Board of Directors approved release of three RFPs for auditing, investment consulting and biological monitoring services. With respect to auditing, the Conservancy is required by the terms of the Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Pla… Continue Reading TNBC – RFP’s

2009 Tree Count

Annual tree monitoring report

The Conservancy has enjoyed a excellent longstanding relationship with the Sacramento Tree Foundation (STF). Each year, the Conservancy engages STF to count and evaluate the trees on Conservancy preserves. With each report, there is more helpful inform… Continue Reading Annual tree monitoring report

Fly-over image taken on October 9, 2009

Annual LANDSAT infrared photo

Since the year 2000, the Conservancy has acquired LANDSAT satellite images of the Natomas Basin. The images help with tracking changes in land use as well as in the Conservancy’s assemblage of mitigation land holdings. The Conservancy works with Ducks… Continue Reading Annual LANDSAT infrared photo

Conservancy annual audit completed

As required by the 2003 NBHCP, the Conservancy’s annual audit of year-end financials has been completed. A clean opinion was issued by auditors Gilbert Associates, Inc. of Sacramento on March 24, 2010. Representatives of Gilbert met independently with… Continue Reading Conservancy annual audit completed

BKS South Course channel maintenance work completed

BKS South Course channel maintenance work completed

Necessary marsh channel clearing work was conducted over a two-year period during the summers of 2007 and 2008 on the Conservancy’s marsh complexes. After this, the only channel clearing and maintenance work that remained existed on the Conservancy’s B… Continue Reading BKS South Course channel maintenance work completed

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