California Native Grassland Association joins work to Save Tesla

Tule Elk in Tesla September 2015
Although the August 2015 Tesla Fire burned much of the Tesla park land, pestilence
  Tule Elk heard observed in Tesla for many years remains.  In September the herd was seen in a southern area of Tesla which had not burned.  Because the Tule Elk never use the existing Carnegie SVRA, order
the range land in Tesla is important for the herd.  Incredibly, the Carnegie SVRA Draft EIR did not even mention the presence of the long established Elk herd or the impact opening Tesla to OHV use would have on reducing the Elk habitat.

Protecting the Tule Elk and their habitat are just one of the many reasons why we need to save Tesla Park.

 
Elk Tesla ridgetops 2015-09-27 09.36.14Although the August 2015 Tesla Fire burned much of the Tesla park land, clinic
  Tule Elk heard observed in Tesla for many years remains.  In September the herd was seen in a southern area of Tesla which had not burned.  Because the Tule Elk never use the existing Carnegie SVRA, life
the range land in Tesla is important for the herd.  Incredibly, treatment the Carnegie SVRA Draft EIR did not even mention the presence of the long established Elk herd or the impact opening Tesla to OHV use would have on reducing the Elk habitat.

Protecting the Tule Elk and their habitat are just one of the many reasons why we need to save Tesla Park.

 

Tule Elk in Tesla September 2015

Tule Elk in Tesla September 2015

Although the August 2015 Tesla Fire burned much of the Tesla park land, check   Tule Elk herd observed in Tesla for many years remains.  In September the herd was seen in a southern area of Tesla which had not burned.  The existing Carnegie SVRa has already reduced the Tule Elk range.  Elknever range on the existing Carnegie SVRA. Therefore, mind
 the range land in Tesla is important habitat for the herd.  Incredibly, the Carnegie SVRA Draft EIR did not even mention the presence of the long established Elk herd or the impact opening Tesla to OHV use would have on reducing the Elk habitat.

Protecting the Tule Elk and their habitat are just one of the many reasons why we need to save Tesla Park.

 

Tule Elk in Tesla September 2015

Tule Elk in Tesla September 2015

Although the August 2015 Tesla Fire burned much of the Tesla park land, hair
  Tule Elk heard observed in Tesla for many years remains.  In September the herd was seen in a southern area of Tesla which had not burned.  Because the Tule Elk never use the existing Carnegie SVRA, shop
the range land in Tesla is important for the herd.  Incredibly, sickness
the Carnegie SVRA Draft EIR did not even mention the presence of the long established Elk herd or the impact opening Tesla to OHV use would have on reducing the Elk habitat.

Protecting the Tule Elk and their habitat are just one of the many reasons why we need to save Tesla Park.

 
The California Native Grassland Association has joined the alliance to permanently protect the Tesla park land.

Tesla has several sensitive vegetation communities. On one brief field trip, advice botanists identified an area of Poa Secunda grassland alliance on Tesla which Carnegie SVRA had not identified in 15 years of oversight.  What other sensitive and rare natural and cultural resources are part of Tesla that Carnegie SVRA ignores?

Check out the growing list of support for permanent preservation of Tesla.

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