Media Relations
Kathy Daniel
Wildlands
(916) 435-3555
3855 Atherton Road
Rocklin, CA 95765
kdaniel@wildandsinc.com
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ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo Wildlands attended the American Society of Landscape Architects 2016 Annual Meeting recently held in New Orleans. The annual gathering brings together landscape architect professionals to share ideas, participate in educational sessions and field visits, and network with fellow attendees. Wildlands’ very own Allegra Bukojemsky moderated a panel of experts on the topic of integrating ecology into landscape design. Click here for photos of the event and click here to learn more about the ASLA organization.   9th Biennial Bay-Delta Science Conference The 2016 conference is taking place now at the Sacramento Convention Center in…

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Did you know that along with being a wildlife mitigation company, Wildlands is also a licensed fencing company? In just the last few years Wildlands has installed more than 30 miles of fencing, with almost 10 additional miles of fence scheduled to be installed in the new year.   We have fenced Wildlands projects as well as other independently contracted projects in all three states along the west coast, surrounding landscapes from lush meadows to harsh southern California deserts.   If you are interested in more information about fencing work, please contact us at (877) 435-3555.

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For the third consecutive year, Wildlands has been a proud participant of the Sacramento Region Feed My Starving Children Mobile Pack, a charity that hand packs and delivers nutritious meals to malnourished children in more than 70 countries around the globe. The 2016 Mobile Pack event was hosted by William Jessup University in Rocklin, CA over the course of three days in October.   In addition to being a corporate sponsor for the event, Wildlands’ employees and their families along with more than 2,500 additional local volunteers helped to pack more than 500,000 meals for those in need.   It…

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River Ranch VELB Conservation Bank, Yolo County With November 1st marking the start of the elderberry plant’s dormant season, the Wildlands transplant team is already busy relocating elderberry shrubs to the River Ranch VELB Conservation Bank in Yolo County. The valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB) is completely dependent on its host plant and according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s VELB Conservation Guidelines, transplants must occur when the plants are dormant, approximately November through the first two weeks in February. The Bank is currently receiving transplanted elderberry shrubs for any projects with shrubs that cannot be avoided and also…

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This employee spotlight features Becky Amos, Land Acquisition Manager. Rebecca Amos, or Becky as she is known throughout the office, grew up the youngest of two siblings in Fremont, California. She graduated high school from Mission San Jose and started her college career at Sierra College in Rocklin, California. She then transferred to California State University, Chico, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science. Becky joined the Wildlands team in March of 2002. She was hired as an administrative assistant to both the Design/Build and Land Management departments. Having worked for construction companies all throughout…

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The Alder Creek NRDA Bank received its first credit release in 2015 and is scheduled to obtain the second credit release by the end of the year. Approximately 7,000 marsh plants were installed in 2015 and 33,000 trees and shrubs were planted in 2016. An additional 24,000 marsh plants and 25,000 trees and shrubs will be planted on the site this summer/fall. Restored habitats on the site include shallow water, mudflat, intertidal marsh, scrub-shrub, riparian, and oak woodland which benefit the various salmon species found in the Willamette River as well as all other species that rely on the Willamette…

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This employee spotlight features Cindy Tambini, Director of Planning and Compliance. Cindy is a Midwesterner from Wichita, Kansas. Staying true to her roots, she remained close to home and attended Wichita State University, home of the Shockers, where she completed her Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree. After receiving her diploma, Cindy took a job in the airline industry where she added an impressive 10 years of experience to her resume. Her work ultimately led her to relocate to San Jose, California, where she went back to school at California State University, Hayward (now known as California State University, East Bay)…

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Having nearly 30 active mitigation and conservation banks currently open for credit sales keeps us busy! Each bank is at a different stage of development, from finishing up the completion of construction to establishing a successfully functioning habitat. Credits generated at all banks are subject to a credit release schedule, based upon reaching certain habitat performance and/or endowment funding milestones. Recently Released Credits: San Luis Rey Mitigation Bank, San Diego County, CA Wetland re-establishment and rehabilitation Toad Hill Ranch Mitigation Bank, Placer County, CA Seasonal wetland creation Vernal pool creation Credit Releases In-Process: Liberty Island Conservation Bank, Yolo County, CA…

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We concluded our final year (Year 5) of monitoring on the Rogue Valley Conservation and Mitigation Bank and are planning to request another credit release this summer. The Bank site is looking great and we continue to meet the pre-determined performance standards for vernal pool vegetation, hydrology, vernal pool fairy shrimp, and large-flowered woolly meadow foam. Over the years, native plant species richness within the vernal pools increased 25% (from 20 species to 25 species). Managed grazing has remained an important tool on the Bank. Grazing is used to remove the previous year’s dry grass (i.e. thatch) which allows the…

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Lincoln CreekFest 2016 October 8, 2016 McBean Park in Lincoln, California The goal of CreekFest (formerly the Salmon Celebration) is to expand awareness and importance of our local and regional creeks, streams, watersheds and wildlife and habitat that depend on them. The celebration will focus on supporting thriving salmon populations by highlighting booths with salmon-themed topics and activities, along with educational tables to engage the public. If you’d like to learn more information about Lincoln CreekFest please click here.   Renewable Energy Markets 2016 October 16-18, 2016 Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco, California The REM Conference is an annual…

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