Northstar California Resort's Habitat Management Plan: A story of collaboration resulting in the creation of an unprecedented planning tool to conserve and enhance Northstar lands.
Northstar California Resort, in large partnership with environmental non-profit organizations, Sierra Watch and Mountain Area Preservation Foundation, seized upon an opportunity to develop a comprehensive document that could be used as a planning tool.
Known as the Habitat Management Plan and finalized in 2009, it is a perpetual resource management guide that is used to conserve and enhance the natural resource values of Northstar lands while allowing for current and planned future land uses in a manner that is compatible with strong stewardship.
This balance of the needs of Northstar California Resort and the special environment we all treasure here in Martis Valley resulting in the creation of the Habitat Management Plan is a story of meaningful, successful collaboration.
Northstar encompasses more than 8,000 acres of multiple land uses and ownership within its boundary.
The Northstar Habitat Management Plan is a collaboration of several stakeholders, including Sierra Watch and Mountain Area Preservation.
Learn more abut the extensive, thorough two-year process.
The Northstar Habitat Management Plan prioritizes forestry treatment areas for forest and wildlife habitat enhancement as well as fire safety.
Four examples of the Northstar Habitat Management Plan in action.
How did Northstar's Habitat Management Plan come about?
What are the goals for land use and natural resources management at Northstar?
The Northstar Habitat Management Plan "was the result of our ongoing partnerships within the environmental community."
Northstar implemented Northstar Habitat Management Plan design guidelines and construction management practices on 56 acres in 2011.