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Land Trust of Santa Cruz County


617 Water St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(831) 429-6116


The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County protects open space to ensure the culture, economy, environment, and unique beauty of the area.

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The Nature Connection Campaign funds will go to building an animal crossing to ensure wildlife connectivity, new trails and farmland protection over a three-year period.

California Local Pin Marker From Santa Cruz County Sentinel...

In 2011, four onprofit partners—Sempervirens Fund, Peninsula Open Space Trust, Land Trust of Santa Cruz County and Save the Redwoods League—began revitalizing San Vicente Redwoods alongside the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. Soon work will begin on a public trail system.

California Local Pin Marker From Benito Link...

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has granted $4 million to the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County for a cooperative project with the Department of Conservation to acquire and preserve Rocks Ranch. The 2,613-acre property is near San Juan Bautista.

California Local Pin Marker From Good Times...

Local coho salmon have declined more than 95 percent from their historic population level, and the main culprit is degradation of spawning grounds. Two recent initiatives seek to turn the tide.
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