The project helps reduce the chances of a high intensity crown fire that could threaten homes and neighborhoods nearby.
Hopes remain high for periodic outings in the near future.
Property lies adjacent to the 1,031-acre Chiles Valley Preserve acquired last year.
Photo essay of our recent accomplishments recently published in the local paper.
The preserve is located within a critical wildlife corridor running the length of the Mayacamas range.
Post-fire monitoring program will track the recovery as well.
Besides extensive oak woodlands and chaparral, the property includes an unusually large open grassland within the area known as “Spanish Valley”.
Land Trust of Napa County works with UC Davis to acquire 482-acre property
Newest preserve located within the North Bay’s highest priority wildlife corridor.
Contact us if you or someone you know would like to volunteer for this opportunity.