Yolo County

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Rominger Ranch

A few years ago, the Rominger family’s farm was almost divided when the Bruce and Rick Rominger’s second cousins decided to part with their share of the land. Searching for a way to keep the property intact, the Rominger brothers partnered with the California Rangeland Trust to permanently conserve a portion of the property. In 2018 and 2019, they completed the sale of two conservation easements on a large segment of their family’s ranch consisting of 2,376 acres, nearly all of it rangeland.

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TS Ranch

In 2020, the conservation agreement on the 3,496-acre TS Ranch in Yolo County was completed. Located in the hills of the Capay Valley, along Cache Creek near the town of Guinda, the ranch is a mosaic of grassland, chaparral, and oak woodland habitat. It is also home to abundant wildlife species, including red foxes, black-tailed deer, grey squirrels, Swainson’s hawks, Bald eagles, and others.

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Yolo Land & Cattle Co.

Yolo Land & Cattle Co. Yolo County In March 2005 Yolo Land & Cattle Company and the California Rangeland Trust finalized a conservation agreement that will preserve 6,983 acres of ranchland in Yolo County.  The California Wildlife Conservation Board and the Great Valley Center provided funding for the land conservation

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Oak Hills Ranch

Oak Hills Ranch Yolo County Multi-Generational Oak Woodlands Conserved The ranch includes 3,316 acres of rangeland in western Yolo County. The conservation easement protects habitat for migratory bird species such as the threatened Swainson’s hawk, red-tailed hawk and burrowing owl, provides habitat for California red-legged frog, California tiger salamander, and

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