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Wildlife Co-operatives

Increasing #s of small land holdings (250-1000 acres), large land holdings divided for residential areas and inheritance. most animals have larger home ranges.




Landowners share wildlife, manage as a unit

Benefits to landowners (co-ops)

education programs, better stewardship, good neighbors, improved wildlife quality, decreased poaching.

Benefits to the resource (co-ops)

less fragmentation, forum for eco education, diversity

Tax incentives for wildlife mgmt

ag land qualifies for 1-d-1 open land tax exemptions Tax reduced to raise food crops ag use must be primary use

Proposition 11 & reqmnts

allows wildlife mgmt to qualify as a legitimate ag use retaining its status as open space agricultural




(3 of the following mgmts):


habitat mgmt, erosion control, predator control, supp. water supply, supp. food, provide shelter, census counts