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creek restorationAt Go Native, we are in the enviable position of making a living while preserving and restoring some of the most beautiful wildlands on Earth. Whether we’re working with private landowners or conservation professionals, we seek the best strategies for enhancing California’s open spaces.

Our projects often require sensitivity to neighboring inhabitants, both human and wildlife. We try our utmost to be sensitive to their needs, working willingly with volunteer and advocacy groups, governmental regulatory agencies and biological monitors wherever warranted.

When we are awarded a contract we take a personal interest in its success. We love what we do, and it shows in how we interact with clients, agencies, landowners and visitors, and in the successful completion of the project. By insuring that our projects are successful, we have established long-standing working relationships with many of our clients and have earned the respect of their funding agencies.

Our staff and associates enjoy the challenge of finding the optimal strategy for each job, whether tried-and-true or innovative.

For examples, see the following project pages:


Frenchman's Creek habitat restoration project


Frenchman’s Creek
This project was undertaken for the San Mateo Resource Conservation District to replace a culvert with a bridge and alleviate blockage to steelhead fish passage.
San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach habitat restoration project


San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach
A series of projects were completed to control flooding, remove steelhead migration barriers and restore native dune habitat.
POST properties habitat restoration projects


POST Properties
Cloverdale Coastal Ranches. Go Native has removed jubata grass from over 1,000 acres of the ranch.
Pillar Point Bluff. Jubata grass removal in this highly traveled location has been accomplished by herbicide, hand and mechanical removal techniques.
Whaler’s Cove. Near Pigeon Point Lighthouse, the Council Circle is a tribute to POST donors.
GGNPC habitat restoration project


GGNPC
Lands End. Go Native has removed invasive plants, installed erosion control and planted native plants.
Marin Headlands. Thoroughwort, jubata and other invasive plants were removed.
Mori Point. Jubata grass was removed in sensitive S.F. garter snake and red-legged frog habitat.
Año Nuevo Island habitat restoration project


Año Nuevo Island
We have worked with non-profit Oikonos to prevent erosion and restore habitat for burrowing seabirds.


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