The proposed area of restoration is about 0.10 acres on a slightly sloped hillside adjacent to Nisene Marks State Park (Oak forest habitat). In this area English ivy will be removed by hand and erosion control installed by hired restoration crews. USDA NRCS Practice requirements (643, 342) will be followed in the implementation of this restoration project. The removal of invasive plants from the site and replanting with natives will improve habitat for a variety of birds and butterflies as well as other wildlife in the area.
None of the projects will affect sensitive areas or resources. All of the projects are on private property, will not have a negative effect on endangered and/or threatened species habitat and will not include wetlands restoration or disturbance. All of the projects have been determined not to have a significant effect on the environment and therefore shall exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
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