Climate Change and the Land Trust
This effort is aimed at helping native plant and animal species shift and move between lower and higher elevations, interior and coastal areas, and along south-north trajectories through the Napa, Mayacamas, Blue Ridge and Vaca Mountain ranges.
For more information on the M2B project, go to https://www.pepperwoodpreserve.org/2019/02/12/why-wildlife-corridors/.
With the understanding that restoring native biodiversity can increase climate change resilience, we have been actively removing invasive exotic plant species and restoring diverse native plant communities in previously invaded areas across our network of preserves.
We have also been working to reduce stressors to aquatic systems through watershed restoration projects aimed at preventing road-generated sediment pollution from entering streams and wetlands.