'Once in lifetime deal': William Jessup University aims to preserve Rocklin's Clover Valley

Approximately 487 acres of open space lined with aged oak trees, bird habitat and sacred Native American sites in Rocklin could be preserved and protected from approved development under a proposed deal involving groups whose political ideologies may not always align. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," said Dr. John Jackson, William Jessup University's president. "It's a bargain sale price."