Ridge Top Ranch Conservation Bank is featured in the Winter Edition of Property and Environment Research (PERC) Report. The article, titled “Banking on Endangered Species” demonstrates how conservation banks can help balance financial and ecological success. Read the full article here or click the image to the right to download the full Report.
About Ridge Top Ranch
The Ridge Top Ranch Wildlife Conservation Bank is a 745-acre ranch situated in Solano County, California. The property supports two federally listed wildlife species: California red-legged frog and Callippe silverspot butterfly. The bank offers U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service credits for both species as single or combination (dual) credits.
- Ridge Top Ranch Website
- Species Translocation at Ridge Top Ranch Blog and National Mitigation Banking Association Article