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French Camp Conservation Bank


Project Type
Conservation Bank
California | San Joaquin County
Environmental Mitigation, Species Habitat Mitigation
Valley elderberry longhorn beetle
Ecological Setting
Riparian Systems, Rivers


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The French Camp Conservation Bank is an 84-acre property in San Joaquin, California.​ The Phase III Amendment involves the addition of approximately fourteen acres of preserved habitat containing over 17,000 elderberry shrubs for the federally threatened Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB) in San Joaquin County. Once entitled, Phase III will provide additional credits to help offset impacts to the VELB. In addition to over 14 acres of dense elderberry shrubs, French Camp conserves existing riparian habitat, shaded riverine aquatic habitat, and willow scrub habitat. The Bank is also home to other important terrestrial and wetland communities and species.

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