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Woodside: Residents win habitat awards

 

Residents who create wildlife corridors on their lands that allow and encourage the presence of native plants and wild animals will be honored by the town of Woodside on Saturday, May 17.

A total of 50 Woodside residential properties will be recognized. The program will run from 3 to 5 p.m. on the patio of Town Hall.

The award includes a 3-foot-long, 4-inch-wide vertical plaque of rusty steel engraved with the program's name and topped by a silhouette of a California Quail, also rusty.

Two guests are scheduled to speak and/or present: Philippe Cohen, the executive director of the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, and Nicky Hughes of the Gold Rush Nursery in Soquel.

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