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Jepson Prairie Description

Located in the Sacramento Valley, the Jepson Prairie Reserve is an island of remnant natural prairie in a wide alluvial floodplain used primarily for agriculture. The reserve protects one of the best few remaining vernal-pool habitats, which are found only in the western United States and few other places in the world, as well as precious remnants of native bunchgrass prairie that once covered one-fourth of California. The site provides the only known home for the federally threatened delta green ground beetle and federally and state endangered Solano grass. The reserve land is owned by the Solano Land Trust; UC Davis provides a supporting role in reserve management.

Jepson Prairie REMOTE Program Goal

The mission of the Natural Reserve System is to contribute to the understanding and wise management of the Earth and its natural systems by supporting university-level teaching, research, and public service at protected natural areas throughout California. The REMOTE goal at Jepson Prairie is to provide baseline data and access to data to further this mission.

Jepson Prairie Related Links

UC Davis Jepson Home
The Jepson Prairie Preserve
Jepson Prairie Natural Preserve
UC Natural Reserve System (NRS)

Jepson Prairie Site Contact Info

Shane Waddell
NRS Reserve Steward
University of California, Davis
Phone: (530) 754-7108

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