Grant Name:

Conserving the Regionally Important Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor

  • Date Awarded:
    Nov 2012
     
  • Amount:
    $1,786,600
     
  • Term:
    39 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF3570
     
  • Funding Area:
    San Francisco Bay Area
     
 
 

For the protection of a critical chokepoint within a high-priority wildlife corridor in Sonoma Valley in order to maintain wildlife habitat, optimize free movement of species, and provide resilience to respond to climate change.

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Sonoma Land Trust (11)

date grant program term amount
Jun 2016 Marin Coast to Blue Ridge Critical Linkage San Francisco Bay Area 24 months $2,117,738
Mar 2015 Estero Ranch San Francisco Bay Area 12 months $1,000,000
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Aug 2014 Howlett Ranch San Francisco Bay Area 24 months $400,000
Oct 2013 Protecting North Bay wetlands -- Haire Ranch acquisition San Francisco Bay Area 12 months $353,711
Apr 2013 Permanent protection of Preservation Ranch San Francisco Bay Area 38 months $1,000,000
Nov 2012 Conserving the Regionally Important Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor San Francisco Bay Area 39 months $1,786,600
Nov 2010 Protecting Rare Habitat in Western Sonoma County – Bohemia Ranch San Francisco Bay Area 21 months $1,548,659
Jul 2008 Jenner Headlands Protection San Francisco Bay Area 48 months $6,000,000
Jul 2007 Acquisition of the Roche Property in Sonoma County San Francisco Bay Area 60 months $5,000,000
Sep 2004 Sonoma Baylands Acquisition San Francisco Bay Area 18 months $7,932,000

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