The Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) is honored to announce that the State of California, Wildlife Conservation Board recently approved their grant application to develop wildlife crossing structures and barrier fencing in Alameda County. The ACRCD Board of Directors is pleased with the award as building wildlife crossings and barrier fencing will enhance public safety by reducing wildlife/vehicle collisions and will concurrently restore habitat connectivity which facilitates the movement of wild species, enhancing the health of local populations. Read the full WCB grant press release_ACRCD 23.