Coyote Valley Community Engagement

TOGETHER WE CAN SHAPE THE FUTURE OF COYOTE VALLEY

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HERE'S HOW

In 2022, the Authority will begin a public planning process to define the future of Coyote Valley and provide more public access.

The Coyote Valley Conservation Areas Master Plan will inform how to restore these lands to enhance the natural benefits they provide.

THIS IS YOUR LAND

Coyote Valley: Our Last Best Chance
Nestled between the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Diablo Range at the southern edge of San José, lies the stunning Coyote Valley. It encompasses a unique combination of nature’s benefits such as floodplains, local water supply, wildlife connectivity, agriculture, recreation, and more.


A Bird's Eye View of Coyote Valley | Discovering Coyote Valley Part 1
Learn about Coyote Valley and the wildlife who call this vibrant landscape home. With representatives from the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center, the San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory, and the Peninsula Open Space Trust, hear from with local experts about birding in Coyote Valley and learn about Coyote Creek as an important resource for wildlife in Coyote Valley.


The Past, Present, and Future Stewards of Coyote Valley | Discovering Coyote Valley Part 2
In this webinar, learn about the past, present, and future of land stewardship in Coyote Valley, including how the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe’s historic ethic of stewardship in this region continues into the present day and future. This webinar will also discuss water's role in sustainable agricultural practices in the Santa Clara Valley, and how Coyote Valley's water resources support people in surrounding communities.

Creating a Brighter, Greener Future for Coyote Valley Together | Discovering Coyote Valley Part 3
The long-term vision is to protect Coyote Valley for all, forever. In this webinar, discover what to expect from the Coyote Valley Conservation Areas Master Plan process over the next few years, as well as how to get your communities involved, and make your voice heard.
 
NICK PERRY
Coyote Valley Project Manager
nperry@openspaceauthority.org
(408) 224-7476