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Ben Lomond Wallflower
Ben Lomond Wallflower

Mount Hermon June Beetle
Mount Hermon June Beetle

Silverleaf Manzanita
Silverleaf Manzanita

Band-winged Grasshopper
Band-winged Grasshopper

Ben Lomond Spineflower
Ben Lomond Spineflower

Ben Lomond buckwheat
Ben Lomond buckwheat
Zayante Sandhills Conservation Bank


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Habitat Conservation Planning and Inceidental Take Permits
for Scotts Valley Area Residents, Santa Cruz County, California


Private Landowner Concerns with Threatened and Endangered Species in the Scotts Valley Area

Landowners in the Sand Hills region of Santa Cruz County who have a federally threatened or endangered species on their property are struggling to meet local, state, and Federal regulatory requirements. Therefore, many private landowners are in need of an Incidental Take Permit (ITP) to legally conduct ground disturbing activities that would result in loss or harm of the Mount Hermon June Beetle (as well as a couple other species).
Read more by following the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service links below:




U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office
2493 Portola Road, Suite B
Ventura, California 93003
phone (805) 644-1766
fax (805) 644-3958




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