Add comment on:Groups Help Acquire 79 Acres of Key Open Space, Wildlife Habitat in North Livermore
Center for Biological Diversity
LIVERMORE, Calif.— The Center for Biological Diversity and the Alameda Creek Alliance have contributed to the public acquisition of open space in North Livermore that’s home to rare wildlife and alkaline soil plant species. The East Bay Regional Park District this week approved the purchase of a 79-acre private parcel known as “Eddie’s Flat” adjacent to the western edge of Brushy Peak Regional Preserve. This expands an important wildlife corridor, protects populations of several rare plants that grow on high-salinity soils, and may assist with regional trail connections.
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