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RANGELAND

OAK TREE AND HARDWOOD RANGELAND MANAGEMENT

County Oak Management Plans

There are many ordinances and plans in place through out our area to protect our great oaks. Click on a link below to learn more.

Amador County Oak Tree Retention/Replacement Provisions

Amador County's Oak Tree Retention/Replacement Provisions protect oak trees from being prematurely.

Calaveras County's Voluntary Oak Management Plan

The Calaveras County's Voluntary Oak Management Plan was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on February 13, 2007. The goal of the plan is to encourage and support voluntary, long-term stewardship and conservation practices in the management of oak woodlands and their habitat within Calaveras County.

El Dorado County's Oak Woodland Management Plan

The El Dorado County's Oak Woodland Management Plan was adopted by Board of Supervisors on May 6, 2008. These provisions establish an Oak Conservation In-Lieu Fee for the purchase of conservation easements for oak woodland in areas identified as Priority Conservation Areas.

Tuolumne County Oak Tree Retention/Replacement Provisions

Tuolumne County's Oak Tree Retention/Replacement Provisions protect oak trees from being prematurely.

Other Resources

 

A Planner's Guide for Oak Woodlands, ANR Pub 3491
A Planner's Guide for Oak Woodlands, ANR Pub 3491

Guidelines for Managing Californias Hardwood Rangelands, ANR Pub 3368
Guidelines for Managing Californias Hardwood Rangelands, ANR Pub 3368

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