Land Management - The Ranch-wide management plan
The Ranch-wide Management Plan (RWMP) for conserved lands at Tejon Ranch provides a blueprint for stewardship, restoration and enhancement of more than 200,000 acres in one of the most important habitat linkages in the state. Prepared by Tejon Ranch Conservancy with the assistance of conservationists, scientists, ranchers and many more, the RWMP seeks to balance the activities of a working ranch with the long term protection of biodiversity. This first-of-its-kind plan is notable not only for the scale and ecological significance of Tejon Ranch, but also for stewardship and restoration approaches that can inform land management across the region.
Among its contributions are the following:
Photo: Scott Pipkin, 2013.