Parks and Recreation, Department of
(California Department of Parks and Recreation)
Large-flowered Fiddleneck Re-introduction Study
NOE - Notice of Exemption
The purpose of this is to participate in a five year study analyzing the best methods of re-introducing the Federal and State endangered Large-flowered Fiddleneck (Amisinckia grandiflora) to its historic locations. Carnegie SVRA has been identified as one of ten locations for the study. The exact location covers approximately 100 feet x 20 feet on a approximate 45 degree grassland slope, is directly west of the OHV use near Tesla Road, south of Corral Hollow Creek, and immediately north of a residential driveway. In addition to seedlings will be shallowly planted (~4-6"); planting/seeding will take place between early December and early January, to coincide with the first rainfall of the season.