Thanks to supporters like you, Tri-Valley Conservancy has helped preserve thousands of acres of open space for agriculture and parks. More than 500 acres have been acquired with the help of Tri-Valley Conservancy’s funds and grants but many more acres have been preserved forever through conservation easements.
Tri-Valley Conservancy holds conservation easements, which protect properties’ resources like agriculture or wildlife habitat from urban development, on more than 4,500 acres across over one hundred properties. Nearly 8,000 acres of vineyards, orchards, farms, ranches, and parks have been protected through the South Livermore Valley Area Plan and the South Livermore Valley Specific Plan both of which have helped create Tri-Valley Conservancy as a non-profit and guide critical land preservation.
Explore below to learn more about how we continue to preserve agriculture in the South Livermore Area and protect habitat land and open space throughout the Tri-Valley.
Lands Preserved by Tri-Valley Conservancy
5,024 acres protected forever!