The 204-acre property has been and continues to be managed and utilized for livestock grazing. Years of grazing and cattle accessing the stream for drinking or to cross to alternate pastures has resulted in a moderate level of streambank degradation. The proposed project area now provides limited riparian habitat as long term management of the property likely degraded and removed the historic extent. The Jansen Property Restoration project includes restoring approximately 25.6 acres of valley oak riparian habitat adjacent to Coon creek.
THe project is improving/replacing an existing facility which will result in improved habitat conditions and survivability for Central Valley Steelhead and Chinook salmon within the Coon Creek watershed.