One of the best ways for us to save wildlife is to protect the resources that they need to survive. In the Fall of 2014, California Department of Fish and Wildlife approved Tri-Valley Conservancy as habitat easement holder which allows us to preserve the land’s habitat forever and ensure the management plans in place are successful in helping threatened species recover.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Habitat Easement program allow conservation organizations to partner on projects and together provide professional expertise in land management, habitat restoration and wildlife monitoring. When habitat is protected for threatened species many other wildlife and plant species are also supported. There are several threatened species in The Tri-Valley including San Joaquin kit fox, California tiger salamander, California red-legged frog and burrowing owl. We are in the process of assisting with multiple habitat conservation easements thanks to our supporters and partners.