Sequoia is working with the landowner, land trusts, and permittees to establish and manage conservation easements on private land near Gilroy and Hollister as compensatory mitigation for impacts to California tiger salamander, California red-legged frog, and San Joaquin kit fox.
Sequoia is conducting aquatic sampling for California tiger salamander and California red-legged frog; coordinating with clients, stakeholders, and resource agencies; performing photo documentation; monitoring residual dry matter, and preparing annual reports to ensure that conservation goals are met. We have prepared several long-term management plans for easements on the property and developed a draft prospectus to explore the possibility of establishing a conservation bank on the lands.
Sequoia is also performing research on California tiger salamander present on the ranch in coordination with academic researchers and wildlife agencies.
Environmental Planning & Compliance
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