To permanently protect the fertile soils, rangelands, open space and biological resources and to support a viable agricultural economy in the Tri Valley area.
Preservation of agricultural lands and natural open spaces in our area is vital to protecting our quality of life. The Tri-Valley Conservancy will be a leader in the permanent preservation of the area's rural and ecological environment. We envision a future that includes:
- Population growth and development matched by a strong agricultural industry and a strong conservation ethic.
- Sustainable communities. We recognize the need to protect land and to support a viable agricultural economy to provide food, recreation, and watershed for the long- term health and viability of our community.
- Ecological Health. We are committed to the permanent protection of lands that are critical to the health of the environment.
TVC will foster the creation and maintenance of a productive and balanced environment for current and future generations of Tri-Valley area residents.
Although there are many important principles that guide our work, the Tri-Valley Conservancy emphasizes the following values as core to our efforts:
PERMANENT LAND PRESERVATION
We are committed to the permanent protection of land in the Tri-Valley area and will assist and encourage landowners interested in preserving their land for the benefit of future generations.
We value, appreciate and recognize the contributions of all people working to preserve
the rural and agricultural quality of life in the Tri-Valley area, as well as the diverse approaches
and perspectives they bring.
We are dedicated to fulfilling our mission with integrity and honesty, working with others with tolerance and in a spirit of cooperation and collaboration.
We will be a professional and efficient organization committed to excellence and accountability.
We are committed to overcome challenges to complete the South Livermore Valley plans
and fulfill the conservation needs of the Tri-Valley area.
Goals and Strategies
Hold easements from wherever they arise in North Livermore
A. Execute MOU with City of Livermore for TDC program.
B. Position ourselves as the receiving body if land becomes available.
C. Establish relationships with the stakeholders in North Livermore.
D. Promote Agriculture in North Livermore.
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Contact Tri-Valley Conservancy
1736 Holmes Street
Livermore, California 94550 Phone:
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