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Habitat is vital for maintaining the health of wildlife and natural systems. The University’s natural habitats also contribute to its sense of place, student health and wellness, and promote a connection to and concern for our natural environment. CSUMB’s natural habitat should honor the history of place, including indigenous communities and military uses.


  • Campus restoration fund established for native plants and trees.
  • New buildings support infill development and reduce impact to natural open space.


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