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Central Valley Project Conservation Program/Habitat Restoration Program Projects for Fiscal Year 2013 (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.

There were two EAs and two CECs for projects funded in fiscal year 2013.

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 Lands for Inclusion in Pixley National Wildlife Refuge to Benefit Endangered Species Signed FONSI and EA .pdf 2,139.29KB 
File with .pdf extension CEC, Population Genetics Research, and Development of a Genetic Management Plan for the Callippe Silverspot Butterfly .pdf 914.69KB 
File with .pdf extension EA and FONSI, Ciervo Hills Giant Kanagaroo Rat Habitat Protection Project - Martin Ranch Acquisition .pdf 2,743.11KB 
File with .pdf extension Hydrologic Monitoring and Modeling of Vernal Pools CEC .pdf 2,270.79KB