A Design-Grow-Build
Ecological Consulting and
Land Management Firm

Crazy Horse Canyon Sub Station Native Landscaping

Prunedale, Ca

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PROJECT INFO:

OWNER:

PG&E

PROJECT CONTRACTOR:

Ecological Concerns Incorporated

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT:

Environmental Vision


PROJECT GOALS:

Community Awareness; Improve Native Plant Diversity; Native Plant Popluation Establishment; Permit Compliance

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

ECI worked under Pacific Gas & Electric Company on landscaping a new substation in Crazy Horse Canyon in Monterey County. The substation sits in a windy valley 13 miles east of Moss Landing and will serve the growing community’s energy needs. The landscaping at the entrance and surrounding the facilities is a palette of wild natives including Valley Oaks, Coast Live Oaks, and Blue Blossom Ceanothus. The landscape architect for the project used native varieties from the surrounding hills.

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