Black Oak Basin Land Management Plan

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We would like your input on our draft land management plan for one of our newest additions to the park system, Black Oak Basin.

The plan strives to balance opportunities for public access while prioritizing habitat protection. Conservation values are prioritized at Black Oak Basin (BOB) partly because they are our community’s values and partly because a conservation easement is in place for BOB through the grant program that funded the majority of the park’s acquisition. We want to know, given this, did we strike a good balance of providing access and protecting wildlife habitat and native plant communities? Are there elements of either access or habitat work that we missed?

Read more in the Project Summary and Draft Land Management Plan.

About Black Oak Basin

Black Oak Basin is one of the newest additions to the parks and open space system in Eugene. The addition of BOB creates a complex of nearly 300 connected acres of city parkland with neighboring Coryell Ridge and Moon Mountain. Hendricks Park and the Ribbon Trail are a short ¼-mile away. The three connected parks are home to excellent examples of rare Willamette Valley oak and prairie habitat and provide a meaningful conservation opportunity close to our urban center.

We would like your input on our draft land management plan for one of our newest additions to the park system, Black Oak Basin.

The plan strives to balance opportunities for public access while prioritizing habitat protection. Conservation values are prioritized at Black Oak Basin (BOB) partly because they are our community’s values and partly because a conservation easement is in place for BOB through the grant program that funded the majority of the park’s acquisition. We want to know, given this, did we strike a good balance of providing access and protecting wildlife habitat and native plant communities? Are there elements of either access or habitat work that we missed?

Read more in the Project Summary and Draft Land Management Plan.

About Black Oak Basin

Black Oak Basin is one of the newest additions to the parks and open space system in Eugene. The addition of BOB creates a complex of nearly 300 connected acres of city parkland with neighboring Coryell Ridge and Moon Mountain. Hendricks Park and the Ribbon Trail are a short ¼-mile away. The three connected parks are home to excellent examples of rare Willamette Valley oak and prairie habitat and provide a meaningful conservation opportunity close to our urban center.

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    We want your input on our draft land management plan for one of our newest additions to the park system, Black Oak Basin.

    The plan strives to balance opportunities for public access while prioritizing habitat protection. Conservation values are prioritized at Black Oak Basin (BOB) partly because they are our community’s values and partly because a conservation easement is in place for BOB through the grant program that funded the majority of the park’s acquisition. We want to know, given this, did we strike a good balance of providing access and protecting wildlife habitat and native plant communities? Are there elements of either access or habitat work that we missed? 

    This survey will be open until March 1. 

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