Public Notices and Meetings

Public Notices

  • November 15, 2022
    Draft RCIS Program Guidelines Available for Review

    The draft Guidelines are now available for a 60-day public review and comment period, beginning November 15, 2022, and ending January 15, 2023.

    Documents are available on CDFW’s RCIS Program web page on the right side under the “Draft RCIS Program Guidelines for Public Review” header. Please submit all comments to by 5:00 p.m. on January 15, 2023. For CDFW to efficiently review comments, please add the page number and section number to each comment.
  • November 7, 2022
    CDFW’s Habitat Conservation Planning Branch’s would like to announce that CDFW has approved the Final Kaweah Groundwater Subbasin Regional Conservation Investment Strategy (RCIS), the seventh RCIS approved under the Regional Conservation Investment Strategies Program. This RCIS promotes the conservation of sensitive species, habitats, and other natural resources overlapping Tulare County and parts of King County. The RCIS includes goals and objectives for wildlife and habitat conservation, as well as actions and priorities which can guide investments in ecological resource conservation and potential opportunities for compensatory mitigation for impacts to species and other natural resources. The Final Kaweah Groundwater Subbasin RCIS may be found on CDFW’s Draft and Approved RCIS Program Document web page.

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