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California Wildlife Foundation

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Since 1990, the California Wildlife Foundation (CWF) has worked to protect the state’s wildlife species. The foundation supports programs of the California Department of Fish and Game and its partners, manages funds designated to strengthen the stewardship efforts and long-term management of publicly-held wildlife areas and reserves, facilitates the development of regional land management plans, practices sound land use and science in its conservation and restoration projects, and promotes the judicious and ethical use of California’s wild resources through educational and recreational activities that encourage people to appreciate, respect and perpetuate the state’s rich diversity of plant and animal life.

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From Loving Land to Saving It

September 27, 2010 by Ingrid Hawkinson

Not everyone can say they had a hand in preserving 30,000 acres of parkland. But longtime Bay Area resident Janet Santos Cobb can. Cobb helped pass a landmark East Bay park bond in 1988, and she’s been fighting for wildlands and wildlife ever since.

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