The official website of the Elkhorn Slough Foundation and Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Elkhorn Slough Foundation owned and managed properties

Azevedo Ranch: Owned by The Nature Conservancy and managed by the Foundation.

Blohm Ranch: Owned by The Nature Conservancy and managed by the Foundation.

Brothers: Purchased by the Foundation in 2002; includes oak woodland, maritime chaparral, non-native grassland and fallow cultivated areas, cultivated fields, riparian woodland, and freshwater marsh. (356 acres)

Catellus: The site of a proposed oil refinery, it includes one of the largest tracts of restorable wetlands in the central Monterey Bay area; the Foundation purchased it in 1998. (212 acres)

Cormack: Acquired in 2003. (11 acres)

El Chamisal Ranch: Acquired in 2002. (201 acres)

Elzas Ranch: Acquired in 2001, it includes oak woodlands, maritime chaparral, and 56 acres under cultivation. (134 acres)

Hambey: Purchased by the Foundation in 2003; includes oak woodland, maritime chaparral, grasslands, fallow cultivated areas, cultivated fields, and riparian corridors. (540 acres)

Harris / Vasquez: Acquired in 2004. (32 acres)

Long Valley: One of the last large tracts of pristine oak woodland and maritime chaparral in North Monterey County. It was awaiting bulldozers when it was purchased in 1998. (425 acres)

Porter Preserve: Acquired in 2001. Includes the marsh at the northern end of the slough, the historic Porter house, and oak-studded pasture land. (332 acres)

Renteria: Acquired in 2004. (100 acres)

Sale: Acquired in 2003. (6 acres)

Sand Hill Farm: Acquired 2016. (107 acres)

Sandholdt: Acquired in 2004. (8 acres)

Sea Mist: Acquired in 2003. East of and adjacent to the Catellus property. (183 acres)

Struve Pond: Acquired in 1982. (30 acres)

Triple M: In 2000 the Foundation purchased an easement which protects productive farmland while prohibiting development. (200 acres)

 

 

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