Western Rivers Conservancy

For The Southern California Warm-Water Rivers Project

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    4/7/2017
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
The goal of the Southern California Warm-Water Rivers project is to secure protection for the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers, which are important waterways in the California desert, providing critical habitat and biological diversity. The conservancy will work to permanently protect and restore the ecological integrity of the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers through the acquisition and long-term stewardship of private landholdings along the rivers.
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71 SW Oak St
Ste 100
Portland, OR 97204
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for the Southern California Warm-Water Rivers Project  
The goal of the Southern California Warm-Water Rivers project is to secure protection for the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers, which are important waterways in the California desert, providing critical habitat and biological diversity. The conservancy will work to permanently protect and restore the ecological integrity of the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers through the acquisition and long-term stewardship of private landholdings along the rivers.
for the Southern California Warm-Water Rivers Project  
The goal of the Southern California Warm-Water Rivers Project is to secure protection for the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers, which are important waterways in the California desert, providing critical habitat and biological diversity. The Western Rivers Conservancy will work to permanently protect and restore the ecological integrity of the Mojave and Santa Margarita rivers through the acquisition and long-term stewardship of private landholdings along the rivers.

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