Plans for Restoration of The South Wildlife Area to be Submitted to ACOE
Groups to submit plans for restoring acreage
Environmentalists will propose how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can best restore the Sepulveda Basin wildlife area it clearcut before Christmas.
The San Fernando Valley Audubon Society and the city’s Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Areas Steering Committee will submit their plan to the corps on Wednesday.
The plan calls for restoring nearly 50 acres of wildlife habitat south of Burbank Boulevard without impacting Sepulveda Dam infrastructure, operations or flood control.
Corps officials have been meeting with residents, agencies and officials critical of the unannounced clearing at the 34-year-old wildlife refuge.
— Daily News
The following links show our plans for Restoration of the South Wildlife Area and our letter to the ACOE;