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Cañada de San Vicente Land Management Plan
CDFW has partnered with California State Parks to create a land management plan for the Cañada de San Vicente property (CSV). CSV is a serene pocket of land located southeast of Ramona & neighbors the Barona Reservation land. It is home to numerous sensitive natural and cultural resources.
The purpose of this land management plan is to ensure that goals and guidelines are put into effect for the future conservation of this land. In addition, the document will ensure land management aligns with the Natural Community Conservation Planning (NCCP) program.
Thanks to all of those who attended the October 29th meeting in Ramona. The written comments we received are located below. However, we encourage everyone to continue their input via email (see address below).
Currently, the land management team is analyzing alternatives for creating management zones appropriate for the property. The CDFW has two land management designations: Wildlife Areas and Ecological Reserves.
Wildlife areas exist for the purpose of propagating, feeding and protecting birds, mammals, and fish, as well as establishing wildlife management areas or public shooting grounds.
Ecological Reserves are lands and water areas that are to be preserved in a natural condition, or which are to be provided some level of protection as determined by the commission, for the benefit of the general public to observe native flora and fauna and for scientific study or research.
Public Comments - Oct. 29th Meeting
- Introductory Presentation (PDF)
- Archaeological Presentation (PDF)
- Historical Presentation (PDF)
- Natural Resource Presentation (PDF)
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