Eastern Alameda County Conservation Strategy (EACCS)
What is EACCS?
The EACCS is a collaborative effort to preserve endangered species by developing a shared vision for long-term habitat protection. The EACCS assessed areas all across Eastern Alameda County for their conservation value and establish guiding biological principles for conducting conservation in the county. Part of that guidance includes working with willing landowners to implement long-term conservation in the form of conservation easements that would offset impacts from local land use, transportation, or other infrastructure projects.
For more information:
Visit the EACCS website is at: www.eastalco-conservation.org
EACCS Point of Contact:
Community Development Department
City of Livermore
The following documents are available for download in pdf format: