August 30, 2018 - Meeting of the Wildlife Conservation Board.
See Agenda for meeting materials.
Natural Resources Building
1416 Ninth Street, First Floor Auditorium
Sacramento, CA 95814
10:00 am - Public Welcome
WCB's Stream Flow Enhancement Program 2018 Proposal Solicitation Notice and Application
Interested parties may now access the WCB Fiscal Year 2018-19 Proposition 1, Stream Flow Enhancement Program's (SFEP) Proposal Solicitation:
Submission period closes Tuesday, September 4, 2018, 5:00 p. m. PDT
Details, PSN, and application materials are found on the WCB's Stream Flow Enhancement Program web page. Please see four application attachments:
May 24 Meeting of the WCB
- On May 24, 2018, the Board unanimously approving funding for 12 new projects. The approved projects are consistent with the guidelines of the WCB's Strategic Plan and mission statement. Project descriptions are contained in the meeting Agenda (PDF). Agenda Item 9 was withdrawn from consideration prior to the meeting.
- July 31, 2018 - Meeting of the Lower American River Conservancy Program Advisory Committee. See Agenda for meeting materials.
Sacramento County Chambers
700 H Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
9:00 am- Public Welcome
- Climate Adaptation Program - Proposal Solicitation Period Closed
The deadline for receipt of Pre-applications for the WCB's Fiscal Year 2018 Climate Adaptation Program (Program) was May 18, 2018. The solicitation period is now closed. For more information on the Program please visit the Climate Adaptation Program (Program) page or contact Program staff at climateWCB@wildlife.ca.gov. Thank you for your interest.
- Lower American River Conservancy Program Advisory Committee Meeting
The Committee met on March 15, 2018. Discussion included an update on Sacramento County's Natural Resource Management Plan, and the development of a Proposal Solicitation.
- Lower American River Conservancy Program
Assembly Bill 1716 (McCarty) (PDF) created the Lower American River Conservancy Program (Program) within the WCB. The Program is to provide coordination among governmental agencies in the protection and management of natural land, water, native wildlife, and vegetation of the American River Parkway. The legislation mandates that a 12 member advisory committee comprised of representatives from local and state government be established and convene twice a year.