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Project Study Report for Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing Released

Project Study Report Liberty Canyon Wildlife Corridor

Rendering Liberty Canyon Wildlife Corridor

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 width=Philanthropist Alex von Furstenberg Donates 38 Acres of Prime Santa Monica Mountains Parkland to the MRCA

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Fire Prevention

 

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) is a local government public entity established in 1985 pursuant to the Joint Powers Act. The MRCA is a local partnership between the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, which is a state agency established by the Legislature, and the Conejo Recreation and Park District and the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District both of which are local park agencies established by the vote of the people in those communities.

The MRCA is dedicated to the preservation and management of local open space and parkland, watershed lands, trails, and wildlife habitat. The MRCA manages and provides ranger services for almost 73,000 acres of public lands and parks that it owns and that are owned by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy or other agencies and provides comprehensive education and interpretation programs for the public.The MRCA works in cooperation with the Conservancy and other local government partners to acquire parkland, participate in vital planning processes, and complete major park improvement projects.

The MRCA provides natural resources and scientific expertise, critical regional planning services, park construction, park operations, fire prevention, ranger services, educational and leadership programs for thousands of youth each year, and is one of the lead agencies in the revitalization of the Los Angeles River.

George Lange, Chair
  Jim Hasenauer, Vice Chair
  Jerome C. Daniel
  Paul Friedeborn
 
 
Next Meeting & Agenda
 

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A hard copy of the agenda may be obtained by contacting James Yeramian at: (310) 589-3230, extension 118