Ridge Cut Bank to Serve Western Sacramento Valley
Wildlands announces the approval of Ridge Cut Giant Garter Snake Conservation Bank in Yolo County, California, dedicated to mitigation of habitat impacts to the threatened giant garter snake (GGS). The 185-acre bank serves portions of Tehama, Glenn, Colusa, Yolo, Sacramento, and Solano Counties west of the Sacramento River, and is the first bank to offer GGS credits in that territory since Wildlands’ Dolan and Pope Ranch banks sold out three years ago.
Including sites scheduled for construction in 2009, Wildlands will have restored over 2,000 acres of GGS habitat in the Sacramento Valley, more than all other conservation banking entities combined.
For more information about the Ridge Cut GGS Conservation Bank, please contact Julie Maddox at (916) 435-3555.