Carlsbad Fish & Wildlife Office
Pacific Southwest Region
 

Palm Springs Fish & Wildlife Office

Renewable Energy:

 

The Palm Springs Fish and Wildlife Office provides environmental review for energy projects proposed on public and private lands.

We also provide technical assistance to federal agencies, Native American tribes, and project developers.

 

 

In 2008, the State of California initiated development of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan covering 22.5 million acres

in the Mojave and Colorado deserts. The DRECP will identify areas appropriate to focus utility-scale renewable energy projects, while ensuring conservation and management of our wildlife resources.

More information about the DRECP is available at Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan

 

To find out more about how the Service's Pacific Southwest Region is addressing renewable energy projects,

please check out the following link - Renewable Energy Development in California, Nevada & Klamath Basin

   
 

Coachella Valley fringe-toad lizard

Coachella Valley fringe-toad lizard. Photo credit: USFWS/J.Buegge

   

 

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