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Comprehensive Conservation Planning

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 Current Status:

The Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan/Environmental Impact Statement (CCP/ EIS) for the Lower Klamath, Clear Lake, Tule Lake, Upper Klamath, and Bear Valley National Wildlife Refuges ​is now available online for a 45-day public review and comment period. The comment period ends on August 4th, 2016. The Draft CCP/EIS is available in the regulations.gov.

 The Draft CCP/EIS is also available for viewing at the following public libraries:

Klamath County Main Library, Keno Branch, Malin Branch, Merrill Branch, South Suburban Branch, Tulelake Branch, Medford Public Library, Butte Valley Branch, Redding, Multnomah County Central, Sacramento Public Central Branch

 CCP Planning Update #1 (Spring 2010)

 CCP Planning Update #2 (January 2011)

 CCP Planning Update #3 (May 2016)

 Comments on the document may be submitted by one of the following methods:

 1. Electronically - Go to the Federal eRulemaking Portal:

 regulations.gov

Then, on the left side of the screen, under the Document Type, heading, click on the Notices link to locate this document and submit a comment.

 2. By hard copy - Submit by U.S. mail or hand-delivery to: Public Comments

Processing, Attn: FWS-R8-NWRS-2016-0063; Division of Policy and Directives Management; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; 4401 N. Fairfax Drive, MS 2042-PDM; Arlington, VA 22203.

We request that you send comments only by the methods described above. We will post all information received on http://www.regulations.gov. This generally means that we will post any personal information you provide us.

 Project Contacts:

Greg Austin, Refuge Manager

Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex 

4009 Hill Road

Tule Lake, California 96134

530/667-2231, phone 

530/667-8337, fax 

greg_austin@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 Management Act of 1997: The Refuge System is managed by the Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior. The Service is the primary Federal entity responsible for conserving and enhancing the Nation’s fish and wildlife populations and their habitats. Although the Service shares this responsibility with other Federal, State, tribal, local, and private entities, the Service has specific trust resource responsibilities for migratory birds, threatened and endangered species, certain anadromous fish, certain marine mammals, coral reef ecosystems, wetlands, and other special aquatic habitats. The Service also has similar trust responsibilities for the lands and waters it administers to support the conservation and enhancement of all fish and wildlife and their associated habitats
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2016
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