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REVISED* MEETING AGENDA
June 16-17, 2021

Webinar and Teleconference
The California Fish and Game Commission is conducting this meeting by webinar and
teleconference to avoid a public gathering and protect public health during the COVID-19
pandemic, consistent with Executive Order N-33-20.

Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, commissioners may participate in meetings remotely.
The public may provide public comment during the public comment periods, and otherwise
observe remotely consistent with the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act.


**This agenda is revised to add item 28 and revise item 14(A).

The meeting will be live streamed; visit www.fgc.ca.gov the day of the meeting to watch
or listen to the meeting. To provide public comment during the meeting, please join via Zoom Webinar
or by telephone; click here for instructions on how to join the meeting.

Note: See important meeting deadlines and procedures, including written public comment deadlines, starting on page 10. Unless otherwise indicated, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife is identified as Department.

DAY 1 – June 16, 2021, 9:00 AM

CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL TO ESTABLISH QUORUM

1. Consider approving agenda and order of items
Approval
GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT

2.General public comment for items not on agenda
Receive public comment regarding topics within the Commission’s authority that are not included on the agenda. New petitions for regulation change submitted since the previous meeting are received under this item.
Note: The Commission may not discuss or take action on any matter raised during this item, except to decide whether to place the matter on the agenda of a future meeting (sections 11125 and 11125.7(a), Government Code).

CONSENT ITEMS
Motion and Vote
Note: Items on the consent calendar are expected to be routine and non-controversial. After public comment, the Commission will consider approving items on the consent calendar in a single vote without discussion. The presiding commissioner may choose to remove any item from the consent calendar and allow a separate discussion and potential action on that item in response to a request by a Commission member, staff, or an interested person.
3.Five-year private lands wildlife habitat enhancement and management (PLM) plans
Consider approving five-year PLM plans and 2021-2025 licenses for six properties. (Pursuant to Section 601, Title 14, CCR)
 (A)Lassen County
  I.Kramer Ranch
  II.Mendiboure Cold Springs Ranch
 (B)Siskiyou County
  I.Long Prairie Farms
  II.Pondosa
  III.Red Rock Valley Farms
 (C)Tehama County
  I.Little Dry Creek Ranch
4.Annual PLM plans
 Consider approving annual PLM plans and 2021/2022 licenses for 37 properties. (Pursuant to Section 601, Title 14, CCR)
 (A)Butte County
  I.Deseret Farms – Ballard Unit
  II.Deseret Farms – Ballard Unit
  III.Deseret Farms – Ballard Unit
  IV.Soper-Wheeler
 (B)Butte/Tehama counties
  I.Rock Creek
 (C)Calaveras County
  I.Ordway Ranch
 (D)Glenn County
  I.Anderson Ranch
  II.Bird Haven Ranch
  III.Spurlock Ranch
 (E)Lassen County
  I.Ash Valley Ranch
  II.Clarks Valley Ranch
  III.Five Dot Ranch – Avila Unit
  IV.Five Dot Ranch – Horse Lake Unit
  V.Five Dot Ranch – School Section Unit
  VI.Five Dot Ranch – Tunnel Springs Unit
  VII.Five Dot Ranch – Willow Creek Unit
  VIII.Mendiboure Ranch
  IX.Observation Peak Ranch
  X.Red Rock Ranch
  XI.Walton Homestead Family, LLC (formerly Coon Camp Springs)
 (F)Los Angeles County
  I.Santa Catalina Island
 (G)Mendocino County
  I.Antler Hill Ranch
  II.Four Pines Ranch
 (H)Modoc County
  I.Basin View Ranch
  II.Lookout Ranch
  III.SL Ranch
 (I)Monterey County
  I.Bardin Ranch
 (J)San Bernardino County
  I.Big Morongo Springs Ranch
 (K)Shasta County
  I.Black Ranch
  II.Duncan Creek Ranch
  III.Hathaway Oak Run Ranch
  IV.Jerusalem Creek Ranch
  V.JS Ranch
  VI.Rickert Ranch
 (L)Tehama County
  I.Big Bluff Ranch
  II.El Rancho Rio Frio
 (M)Yuba County
  I.Sugarloaf-Bangor Ranch
    
5.Initial PLM plans
 Consider approving initial PLM plans and 2021-2025 licenses for two properties. (Pursuant to Section 601, Title 14, CCR)
 (A)Humboldt/Trinity counties
  I.Wilkinson Hunting Club
 (B)Modoc County
  I.Roberts Ranch
    
6.Western Joshua Tree
 Consider approving the Department’s request for a six-month extension to deliver the one-year status review report on the petition to list western Joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia) as a threatened or endangered species under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA). (Pursuant to Section 2074.6, Fish and Game Code)
7.Duck stamps
 Consider approving proposed projects for the Duck Stamp Dedicated Account funds in Fiscal Year 2021-22. (Pursuant to Section 3702, Fish and Game Code)
    
DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS
    
8. California bighorn sheep
 Receive an overview of the Department’s five-year status review of California bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis californiana, also known as Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep) which is listed as endangered under CESA. (Pursuant to Section 2077, Fish and Game Code)
9. Clara Hunt’s milkvetch
 
Consider the petition, Department’s status review report, and comments received to determine whether listing Clara Hunt’s milkvetch (Astragalus claranus) as an endangered species under CESA is warranted. (Pursuant to sections 2075 and 2075.5, Fish and Game Code) Note: Findings will be adopted at a future meeting.
Motion and Vote
10. Upper Klamath-Trinity river spring Chinook salmon
 Consider the petition, Department’s status review report, and comments received to determine whether listing upper Klamath-Trinity river spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytschaas a threatened or endangered species under CESA is warranted.
(Pursuant to sections 2075 and 2075.5, Fish and Game Code)
Note: Findings will be adopted at a future meeting
Motion and Vote
11. Northern California summer steelhead
 Consider the petition, Department’s status review report, and comments received to determine whether listing northern California summer steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss irideusas a threatened or endangered species under CESA is warranted.
(Pursuant to sections 2075 and 2075.5, Fish and Game Code)
Note: Findings will be adopted at a future meeting.
Motion and Vote