The Conservancy's territory includes a total of 1,427 acres of open space, the largest swath of contiguous unpaved land in the entire 127 square-mile Ballona Creek Watershed of Los Angeles County. Approximately 768 acres are currently protected. The Master Plan calls for the acquisition and development of existing park land as well as the remaining balance of privately held open space to implement the community-based vision for a two square-mile urban park and natural recreation area. Since its inception, the Conservancy's acquisition program has resulted in a 33 percent increase in public lands for the expansion of Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area. Capital outlay projects are focused on public access, trails, habitat restoration, environmental awareness and parkland connectivity. A total of 23 local assistance projects have been completed with another 7 in the planning stages. The Park to Playa Trail, a ten mile contiguous pedestrian and bicycle pathway from the Parklands to the Pacific Coast, is a five-year priority project from the Master Plan that will deliver the first regional trail in Southwest Los Angeles County.