Working Lands and Riparian Corridors: Local and Regional Planning

​​Eight grants totaling $950,000 were awarded to local governments, regional governments, and planning organizations to integrate natural and working lands, specifically agricultural lands, into local and regional planning documents. Examples of awarded projects include carbon farm planning, general plan updates, protection of riparian areas on agricultural lands, climate action planning, and implementation of TerraCount, a land use planning tool.  ​

Grantee Project DescriptionGrant Award
City of ArcataGeneral Plan Update$100,000
County of MarinCarbon Farm$72,252
County of MariposaTerraCount$100,00
County of Santa BarbaraTerraCount and Climate Action Plan Update$90,157
County of Santa ClaraSan Martin Farm Futures Plan$164,123
Joint counties of San Mateo and Santa ClaraGeneral Plan policies and Carbon Farm Practices for region$169,468
San Diego Association of GovernmentsTerraCount$100,00
Sonoma County Agri cultural Preservation and Open Space District

Planning for Easements on Ag Land for riparian habitat and restoration and TerraCount$154,000


The Proposition 68 Guidelines are available for reference.