The project will enhance habitat for San Francisco garter snake (SFGS) and California red-legged frog (CRLF). The Butano Farms Project Area consists of 65 acres in San Mateo County, CA owned and managed by the Peninsula Open Space Trust. Project activities include modifying an existing 1-acre pond and 14.5 acres of surrounding upland vegetation to enhance aquatic and upland habitat for SFGS and CRLF.
This project provides mitigation for biological impacts associated with Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) Line 101 Inline Inspection and Upgrade, and Lomita Park Station Rebuild Project in the City of Millbrae, San Mateo County. PG&E provided financial contribution to RCD for management of land with emphasis on management for San Francisco garter snake. Implementation of these actions will restore grassland and herbaceous wetland habitats that support movement, foraging, and breeding habitat used by SFGS, CRLF and a variety of other native wetland and grassland dependent species.
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