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Each of our conservation banks is unique to its environment. These banks are located both in urban settings and on the fringe of development, creating natural land borders and areas of open space near emerging communities. The conservation banks encompass oak savannah, vernal pools, wetlands, and native grassland — habitat for protected wildlife such as Swainson's hawks, valley elderberry longhorn beetles, vernal pool tadpole shrimp, and vernal pool fairy shrimp.

Our current conservation bank properties include:

Arroyo Seco
Cosumnes River
Gill Ranch
Gill Ranch Conservation Bank
Laguna Creek
Yankee Slough

Conservation Resources' banks benefit the public in many ways: they protect indigenous flora and fauna, they preserve large areas of open space that are protected from development in perpetuity, and they provide habitat for a multitude of wildlife. Conservation banks benefit the development community by supplying an economically reliable and recourse-free option for mitigating impacts to the environment.

Land Stewardship
Conservation Resources' uniquely qualified land stewards carefully manage the natural assets of each conservation bank, ultimately placing the land into public trusts held in perpetuity. Resource managers, wildlife biologists, environmental engineers, hydrologists, and preserve administrators comprise Conservation Resources' team of professionals, monitoring the land and overseeing the success criteria for each habitat.

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