WCB acquires real property or rights in real property on behalf of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and through grants.
Assists farmers in integrating agricultural activities with wildlife
Conservation efforts to assure long-term adaptability and resilience of natural and working landscapes.
Promotes the ecological integrity and economic stability of California’s
diverse native forests.
General program that includes all restoration projects that fall outside the WCB's other programs.
Restore, enhance, interpret, protect and improve public access to the American River Parkway’s natural, recreational, educational and cultural resources.
Recovering and sustaining populations of monarch butterflies and other pollinators.
Project monitoring requirements and information.
Grant program designed to protect and restore oak woodlands.
Development of facilities in cooperation with local agencies for public access to hunting, fishing, or other wildlife-oriented recreation.
Protects California’s rangeland, grazing land and grassland
through the use of conservation easements.
Coordinated conservation efforts aimed at protecting and restoring
the state's riparian ecosystems.
Provides grant funding for projects that improve the amount, timing or quality of water in streams for wildlife.
State tax credits available to private landowners who donate eligible properties to Resource Agencies.
Protection, restoration and enhancement of wetlands and associated
habitats in California's Central Valley.