To designate properties as permanent conserved open space with appropriate, managed public access and trails, so the community can enjoy our special natural resources and our flora and fauna can thrive.
• Be a model for the balance of community enjoyment of nature and protection of woodland and grassland habitat
• Maintain and enhance native habitat and the wildlife corridor
• Develop conservation education for youth to strengthen appreciation of these special natural resources
• Preserve scenic vistas of the West Petaluma Hills and valley
• Maintain water conservation and groundwater recharge areas
• Prevent urban sprawl by maintaining a greenbelt
Wildlife Corridor Coalition
A wildlife corridor is a natural open space allowing animal movement and foraging, and bird migration. The woodlands are important habitat for bird nesting. Bobcat, coyote, fox, deer and California Red-Legged Frog find refuge here.