Restoration along five small urban streams and in the main drainage to Upper Otay Reservoir, totaling nearly 6,900 linear feet of streambed, plus an additional 2300 linear feet of streambed in Proctor Valley on approximately 96 total acres. The project will remove invasive species and establish a healthy riparian and upland ecosystem capable of sustaining itself over time. Native grass & woody vegetation will be seeded and planted. No earth movement is proposed.
Minor alterations in land, water and vetetation on existing officially designated wildlife management areas.
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