Op-Ed

Op-Ed

Wildlife corridor plan deserves our support

By Kimberly Rivers
On Tuesday, March 12, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors will vote on rules to minimize impacts of human activity where wild animals roam and native plants grow.
The proposed wildlife corridor plan creates rules for new development, and if a landowner feels anything is too onerous, he or she can ask for a variance. Landowners, many of whom already do much to sustain the wild places surrounding and within their land, may find it easier than expected to incorporate the new rules into any future plans and will enjoy firsthand the benefits of conserving wild habitat. 

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