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Central Valley Project Conservation Program/Habitat Restoration Program Projects from FY 2011 through FY 2012 (EAs and CECs)
The primary goal of the Central Valley Project Conservation Program (CVPCP) is to enhance, protect, and recover listed and special-status species and their habitats affected by the Central Valley Project. The CVPCP is highly integrated into the Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) Habitat Restoration Program (HRP)[b)1)(other) program]. The purpose and objectives of the HRP are generally to address other environmental impacts of the CVP, such as habitat restoration for listed species.

This site is for all projects from Fiscal Years 2011 - 2012. Previous years' projects have their own sites.

Doug  Kleinsmith
Phone: (916) 978-5034
Fax: (916) 978-5055

List of Available Reports
Report Title
File Ext
File Size
File with .pdf extension Acquisition of Habitat for Threatened and Endangered Species at Pixley National Wildlife Refuge EA .pdf 2,521.62KB 
File with .pdf extension Continuation of Controlled Propagation, Signed FONSI and EA, Reintroduction, and Monitoring of Riparian Brush Rabbit on the San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge and Adjacent Lands Through 2013 .pdf 4,217.09KB 
File with .pdf extension Stubblefield Ranch Acquisition Project EA .pdf 2,514.96KB 
File with .pdf extension Captive Propagation and Re-introduction of Large-flowered Fiddleneck in Contra Costa and San Joaquin Counties .pdf 1,547.06KB 
File with .pdf extension Kelsey Ranch Conservation Easement .pdf 2,767.63KB 
File with .pdf extension Merced Vernal Pool Education .pdf 668.03KB 
File with .pdf extension Panorama Vista Preserve Habitat Restoration Signed FONSI and EA .pdf 1,469.08KB 
File with .pdf extension Peek Property Conservation Easement .pdf 1,589.34KB 
File with .pdf extension Reintroduction of Metcalf Canyon Jewelflower at Tulare Hill in Southern Santa Clara County Signed FONSI and EA .pdf 1,430.73KB 
File with .pdf extension Research Facilitating Recovery of the Endangered Serpentine Endemic Tiburon Paintbrush at Coyote Ridge in Southern Santa Clara County .pdf 1,603.10KB 
File with .pdf extension Restoration of Riparian Habitat at Dos Rios Ranch Phase I, EA .pdf ##########KB 
File with .pdf extension Restoration of Riparian Habitat at Dos Rios Ranch Phase I, Signed FONSI .pdf 358.82KB 
File with .pdf extension Riparian Restoration for Riparian Brush Rabbit Refugia on the San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge 2011 Additional Funding .pdf 1,753.32KB 
File with .pdf extension Serpentine Soils Grazing Implementation Santa Teresa County Park .pdf 2,266.91KB