Posted November 24, 2015 1:00 am by Comments

By Vanessa Torres

Scenic view of the property (Photo courtesy of the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority)
Scenic view of the property (Photo courtesy of the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority)
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

California -(Ammoland.com)- At its Nov. 19 quarterly meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $11.5 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California.

Some of the 12 funded projects will benefit fish and wildlife – including some endangered species – while others will provide the public with access to important natural resources. Several projects will also demonstrate the importance of protecting working landscapes that integrate economic, social and environmental stewardship practices beneficial to the environment, landowners and the local community. The state funds for all these projects come from initiatives approved by voters to help preserve and protect California’s natural resources. Some of the funded projects include:

  • An $846,200 grant to the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority, to acquire in fee approximately 2,838 acres of land in the City of Hemet in western Riverside County. The sources of these funds are a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Habitat Conservation Plan Land Acquisition grant to the WCB and a WCB grant to the …Read the Rest

    Source:: AmmoLand

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