Public Notices and Meetings

Public Notices

  • August 30, 2021

    Final Monterey County Regional Conservation Investment Strategy

    CDFW’s Habitat Conservation Planning Branch’s would like to announce that CDFW has approved the Final Monterey County Regional Conservation Investment Strategy (RCIS), the fifth RCIS approved under the Regional Conservation Investment Strategies Program. This RCIS promotes the conservation of sensitive species, habitats, and other natural resources within Monterey 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. View the Final Monterey County RCIS.

  • August 20, 2021

    2022 Solicitation of Proposals for the Chinook Salmon Enhancement and Restoration Program

    The California Department Fish and Wildlife and the Commercial Salmon Trollers Advisory Committee are soliciting proposals for projects to release juvenile, hatchery-origin Central Valley fall run Chinook Salmon with the intent to increase ocean salmon landings

  • June 30, 2021

    Moss Landing Wildlife Area Bank Enhancement Project

    Availability of an Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration (PDF) for a Bank Enhancement Project at the Moss Landing Wildlife Area, Moss Landing, CA for a 45-day public review period.

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