Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the California Department of Conservation, Mariposa County will be able to utilize a special land use planning tool which has many benefits.
The Department of Conservation’s Working Lands and Riparian Corridors Program awarded $1.9 million in funding to 22 proposals to plan, develop and implement climate adaptation and resilience projects throughout the state. Funding for the proposals was allocated to the Department of Conservation by the Proposition 68 Californi...
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