Lower American River Conservancy Program News

  • September 26, 2022

On September 20, 2022, Sacramento County Department of Regional Parks (Regional Parks) released the Final American River Parkway Natural Resources Management Plan (NRMP) and its Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR).

The draft SEIR for the final NRMP can be found on the County’s Planning Projects Viewer. The review period for the draft SEIR ends on November 3, 2022. Comments related to the draft SEIR should be directed to the Sacramento County Environmental Coordinator and emailed to CEQA@SacCounty.gov or mailed to the Office of Planning and Environmental Review at 827 7th Street, Room 225, Sacramento, CA 95814.

The final NRMP is available on Regional Parks’ Natural Resources Management web page.

In 2018, WCB’s Lower American River Conservancy Program provided funds to Regional Parks for the development and environmental review of the NRMP.

Categories: Current Announcements, General
  • August 22, 2022

Please join the Wildlife Conservation Board for the second Advisory Committee meeting of the year for the Lower American River Conservancy Program being held Thursday, September 1, 2022, in CNRA’s headquarters, first floor auditorium, in downtown Sacramento and also via Zoom. All are welcome to join. The meeting will be from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

View the Agenda (PDF) for meeting details.

Thank you for your support!

Categories: Current Announcements, General
  • May 17, 2022

The Wildlife Conservation Board has prepared new General Grant Guidelines which are now available. The goal of the new Guidelines is to simplify and streamline the grant application process for applicants with a single pre-application and full application process. Project proponents wishing to apply for funding through WCB’s Lower American River Conservancy Program will use this new process. What’s great about this new process is that it’s open year-round, applicants may consult with WCB staff at any time, and each application will be considered by all WCB grant programs, opening the door to other funding sources and opportunities for Parkway projects.

WCB hosted a workshop in April 2022 to discuss the Guidelines and answer questions. If you missed it, check out the recording on the WCB Grants Page.

Categories: Current Announcements, General, Solicitation

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