The Wildlife Conservation Board has been making progress in their efforts to restore wildlife habitat in California. Recents steps include an increase in funds towards projects that rebuild aquatic habitats as well as the purchasing of more land acreage for endangered species.
March 11, 2019 – At its March 7 quarterly meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $8 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California. Some of the approved projects will benefit fish and wildlife — including some endangered species — while others will provide public 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.
Funding for these projects comes from a combination of sources including the Habitat Conservation Fund and bond measures approved by voters to help preserve and protect California’s natural resources.
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