The Conservancy’s Board of Directors officially dedicated the newly-named Anne Rudin Preserve, a mitigation property which serves as sanctuary and refuge for the Natomas Basin HCP’s “Covered Species.” The 53-acre property lies in the Conservancy’s Fish… Continue Reading Conservancy Board Dedicates the Anne Rudin Preserve
Chandra Chilmakuri was elected Board Chair of the Conservancy’s Board of Directors at the Board’s 2023 Annual Meeting of the Corporation. Chilmakuri is a City of Sacramento appointee to the Conservancy’s Board and has served since May 2016. Chilmakuri… Continue Reading Chandra Chilmakuri was elected as new TNBC Board Chair
Each year, the Conservancy must file an Implementation Annual Report with the state and federal Wildlife Agencies as well as to all “parties” to the Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan (NBHCP). The Metro Air Park Habitat Conservation Plan is also i… Continue Reading 2021 Implementation Annual Report
Natomas Basin Conservancy Board Chair John Shirey announced today that with the recent acquisition by the Conservancy of a 185-acre parcel of mitigation land, the Conservancy has assembled a 2,500-acre contiguous preserve in the Natomas Basin. Acquirin… Continue Reading Conservancy Reaches Critical Habitat Conservation Plan Compliance Goal
The latest Conservancy land acquisition, the “Richter tract,” adds 80 acres to the organization’s Central Basin Reserve Area. This is the portion of the Natomas Basin where rice production is the dominant land use.
Occasionally the Conservancy participates in or is made aware of research that is specific to the NBHCP’s “Covered Species.” While the resources listed here are not intended to be comprehensive, they are noteworthy in that they have helped the Conserva… Continue Reading Research on the NBHCP’s “Covered Species”