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Final Meeting Agenda

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION BOARD


May 26, 2022, 10:00 a.m.

Natural Resources Building, First Floor Auditorium
715 P Street
Sacramento, CA 95814


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Final Meeting Agenda
1. Roll Call
2.
Discussion and Selection of new Board Chairman
Motion and Vote
Motion and Vote
3. Public Forum for Items not on this Agenda
4. Funding Status – Informational
Consent Items      Motion and Vote
5.Recovery of Funds, Thursday, May 26, 2022
6.Fund Shifts for Previously Approved Projects
7.Lake Earl Wildlife Area - Tax Default Properties
8.Lake Earl Wildlife Area - Expansion 36
9.
Evan’s Spring Analysis and Design, Phase 2
Motion and Vote
10.
Huseman Ditch Association Pipeline, Phase 3
Motion and Vote
11.Scott Bar Mill Creek Fish Passage Improvement
12.Studies Following Klamath Dam Removal
13.Carlson Park Improvement and Mad River Access
14.Reading Island Boat Ramp Planning
15.Outlet Creek Flow Enhancement Design
16.Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area Llano Seco Unit Canal Improvement
17.Donner Lake Lagoon Access Improvement
18.Climate Smart Restoration at River Garden Farms
19.Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Restoration Planning
20.Mattley Meadow and Riparian Restoration
21.Pickel Meadow Restoration Planning
22.Pacheco Pass Wildlife Linkage and Connectivity Improvements
23.Jackass Creek Watershed and Fish Passage Improvement Planning
24.San Luis Obispo Creek Stream Flow Enhancement and Protection Planning
25.Stream Flow Enhancement and Protection Plan for the Arroyo Seco
26.West Coyote Hills, Phase II
27.Peninsular Bighorn Sheep-Recovery Land Acquisition, Mesquite Ridge
28.Sunnyslope Creek Riparian Restoration Planning
Presentation Items
29.
Redwood National and State Parks Riparian Restoration and Trails Gateway
Motion and Vote
30.
Navarro River Stream Flow Enhancement Implementation Project
Motion and Vote
31.
Honey Lake Wildlife Area Wetland Enhancement
Motion and Vote
32.Cedar Creek Hatchery Dam Removal
33.
Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancement
Motion and Vote
34.
Childs Meadow Restoration
Motion and Vote
35.
Coldstream Canyon Restoration
Motion and Vote
36.
Van Norden Meadow Restoration
Motion and Vote
37.
Greenwood Creek Conservation Area (Lewis Ranch)
Motion and Vote
38.
Grizzly Island Wildlife Area New Lands Enhancement
Motion and Vote
39.
Kings Canyon Restoration
Motion and Vote
40. Bonelli Regional Park Fishing Pier Replacement
41.
Palos Verdes Nature Preserve, Expansion 1
Motion and Vote
42.
Genga/Banning Ranch
Motion and Vote
43. State Route 91 B Canyon Wildlife Crossing
44. Executive Director’s Report
Attachments
 Attachment A – Map of May 2022 Projects

Attachment B – WCB Acronyms

Attachment C – WCB Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives
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