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Conservation

Refuge conservation plans are called “comprehensive conservation plans” (CCPs)

  • Comprehensive Conservation Plan

    Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge 

    Comprehensive Conservation Plan 

     Current Status:  

    Thank you for your participation in the initial scoping process for the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP). Although there is no current CCP we will continue to provide be additional opportunities for your input in the future.   

    Planning update Spring 2010(693 KB)

     

    Project Contacts:

    Ron Cole, Refuge Manager   

    Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge  

    4009 Hill Road

    Tule Lake, California 96134 

    530/667-2231, phone  

    530/667-8337, fax 

    ron_cole@fws.gov

     

    Mark Pelz, Refuge Planner U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 

    CA/NV Refuge Planning Office  

    2800 Cottage Way, W-1832  

    Sacramento, CA 95825  

    916/414-6504 phone  

    916/414-6497 fax 

    Mark_Pelz@fws.gov 

  • National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act

    National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act of 1997: The NWRS Improvement Act defines a unifying mission for all refuges, including a process for determining compatible uses on refuges, and requiring that each refuge be managed according to a CCP. The NWRS Improvement  Act expressly states that wildlife conservation is the priority of System lands and that the Secretary shall ensure that the biological integrity, diversity, and environmental health of refuge lands are maintained. Each refuge must be managed to fulfill the specific purposes for which the refuge was established and the System mission. The first priority of each refuge is to conserve, manage, and if needed, restore fish and wildlife populations and habitats according to its purpose.

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Last Updated: Dec 19, 2013
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