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Final Property for HWY 17 Wildlife Crossing Protected
via Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
March 3, 2017 - Monday, the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County acquired a conservation easement from the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, protecting 173 acres of forested land west of Highway 17 at Laurel Curve. The easement represents the last parcel needed to connect wildlife habitat on both sides of the highway there. Combined with two properties east of the highway protected by the Land Trust last year, the easement prohibits development in these areas in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

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