The main goals of the project are to plant riparian vegetation extending up to 2,400 linear feet along the southern bank of the Pajaro River and to plant three hedgerows totaling up to 2,650 linear feet. The hedgerows will be along the main farm roads and
also serve as a buffer along Frazier Lake Road. In addition to revegetation efforts, the landowners would like to install raptor perches and nesting boxes for owls, kestrels and/or songbirds. The landowners' overall goals are to stabilize streambanks,
increase predation of insect and rodent pests by native raptors, songbirds, and beneficial insects, and improve pollinator habitat. Activities include installing nesting/roosting boxes for birds and bats, and perches for raptors, seeding and planting native plants for pollinators, and installing above-ground irrigation for native plantings as needed (above or belowground), removing trash/garbage from wildlife habitat and restoration sites, removing/controlling invasive plant species using manual methods (hand pulling, hand tools, and conducting surveys and monitoring of wildlife and habitat restoration sites. WCB Project Tracker ID: 2022065.