Scrub and Oak Woodland

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Restoration specialists are completing the installation of habitat restoration at the end of January 2015 on a total of 2.43 acres of western Ellwood Mesa in the City of Goleta. The project goal is to protect the genetic integrity and reproductive capabilities of the native species that inhabit the Ellwood Mesa. The scope of work included removal of invasive non-native plant species, the planting of a coastal sage scrub plant palette on approximately 1.92 acres and the installation of an Oak Woodland designed to enhance local wildlife on approximately 0.51 acres. There will be a 5-year maintenance period to follow.