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Working Together for Conservation

Wildlife Corridor Partners are the people and public agencies that help manage the Los Osos protected greenbelt. Other important partners for the success of this project include the Los Osos community and schoolchildren.

 
 

Conservation Partnerships

Conservation Partnerships

Conservation Partnerships
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Wildlife Corridor Partners - Morro Estuary Greenbelt 2012

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Wildlife Corridor Partners - Morro Estuary Greenbelt 2013

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Wildlife Corridor Partners - Morro Estuary Greenbelt 2014

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Conservation Partners

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“Your work exemplifies the benefits that can be accomplished through partnerships created to achieve environmental goals.”
— Al Gore

 Purpose

Our purpose is to help preserve this rare and valuable Coastal Dune ecosystem important to the healthy biodiversity of the Los Osos community.

Goals

Our goal is to support the ongoing efforts of public and private property managers in the Los Osos Coastal Dunes Greenbelt by enhancing their coordination.

Contact Conservation Partner Members

Morro Bay & Montaña de Oro State Parks

El Morro Elfin Forest Natural Area: Small Wilderness Area Preservation (SWAP)

www.elfin-forest.org

Bureau of Land Management Bakersfield Field Office

www.blm.gov

Los Osos Middle School

https://loms.slcusd.org/

Annie Stoneman

Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District

www.coastalrcd.org

Los Osos Oaks State Natural Reserve
Central Coast State Parks Association

www.ccspa.info

805-534-2801

Morro Dunes Ecological Reserve
California Department of Fish & Wildlife

https://wildlife.ca.gov/Lands/Places-to-Visit/Morro-Dunes-ER

County of San Luis Obispo

Kerry Brown, Planner

Sweet Springs Reserve
Morro Coast Audubon Society

www.morrocoastaudubon.org

Eco-System Natural Landscaping Projects

Landscaping with Los Osos native plants

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Ventura Office

https://fws.gov/