Draft Initial Study Mitigated Negative Declaration for White Slough Restoration Project
The California State Coastal Conservancy (Conservancy) is considering the adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the White Slough Restoration Project, which would restore tidal marsh habitat on diked former tidelands to enhance native wildlife habitat, protect existing transportation infrastructure and beneficially reuse sediment on the White Slough Unit of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge near Fields Landing, CA. A hearing on the project is scheduled before the Conservancy Board of Directors on March 26, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. in the Napa County Transportation Planning Association Board Room, 625 Burnell Street, Napa, CA, at which time any and all interested persons may appear and address the Board concerning adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for this project.
- Coastal Conservancy Public Meeting in Pacific Grove – December 01Meeting Notice Douglas Bosco (Public Member), Chair Ann Notthoff (Public Member), Vice Chair Marce Gutiérrez-Graudi?š (Public Member) Joseph Alioto Jr. (Public Member) Wade Crowfoot, Secretary for Natural Resources; Bryan Cash (Designated) Donne Brownsey, Coastal Commission Chair; Madeline Cavalieri (Designated) Keely Bosler, Director, Department of Finance; Gayle Miller (Designated) Senate Representatives Benjamin Allen (District 26) […] (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Public...)
- SCC Grant Availability Webinar Nov 9The State of California has made an unprecedented investment in the resilience and accessibility of the coast. As a result, the Coastal Conservancy has significant funding available to non-profit organizations, public agencies, and federally-recognized tribes for projects that benefit public access, natural resources, working lands, and climate resiliency at the coast, coastal watersheds, and the San […] (Read more on SCC Grant Availability...)
- Call for Applications to Serve on the Explore the Coast Advisory BoardCalifornia’s ocean, coast, and beaches have long been recognized and used as spaces of joy, relaxation, and healing. The State Coastal Conservancy’s Explore the Coast (ETC) grant program seeks to provide coastal experiences for people and communities who face challenges or barriers to accessing or enjoying the coast (“ETC Priority Communities”). ETC Priority Communities […] (Read more on Call for Applications...)