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SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- With bond financing for most state projects frozen because of the budget crisis, a statewide public education program began today to remind Californians of the many benefits from their past investments in natural resources and to explain the continuing need to conserve land, water and parks for future generations.The launch of a new website today and additional information in the weeks ahead will kick off an education program, entitled Conserving...
SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust is pleased to announce the permanent conservation of the 2,918-acre Ichord Ranch, owned by Paul Ichord, in Merced County.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust has partnered with Panorama Meats, Inc. of Vina, Calif. in a joint effort to support the long-term conservation of California's rangelands.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Rangeland Trust has hired Tina Batt, Walnut Creek, as their new Bay Area Program Manager to facilitate conservation and mitigation easements and related projects on working ranches in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
The loss and fragmentation of Texasâ€™ farms, ranches and forests is part of a continued trend that highlights the importance of rural lands in maintaining the stateâ€™s natural resources and economic base, according to a newly released study.
Conservation Easement Ensures Camp/Quad Will Remain Undeveloped SUSSEX, Wis., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Quad/Graphics President & CEO Joel Quadracci is proud to announce on Earth Day that the company has donated a conservation easement on its 325-acre Camp/Quad parcel of land in Erin, Wis., to Tall Pines Conservancy, a non-profit land trust dedicated to preserving natural areas in and adjoining Northwestern Waukesha County.
By Haya El Nasser Climate change is prompting some conservation groups to broaden strategies in buying pristine lands, recognizing that some may be under water in 50 years or undergo other drastic changes.
CHARLESTON, S.C., Oct. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- More of South Carolina's coastal plain near Charleston, containing some of the most important ecosystems in the U.S., will be protected permanently from development.
By Anonymous Some of the most ecologically significant land in the U.S. will be protected permanently through a conservation easement donated by Norfolk Southern to the Lowcountry Open Land Trust.
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