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Endangered Species Program

The Endangered Species Act provides a critical safety net for America’s at-risk native fish, wildlife and plants. This program is implementing that safety net throughout much of California. Recovery is the ultimate goal of the ESA.

Habitat Conservation Plans

Recovery Plans

Santa Rosa Plain Conservation Strategy

Contaminants Program

Working to reduce the effects of contaminants and other stressful impacts on fish wildlife and their habitats and to plan, implement and monitor restoration projects so that fish and wildlife resources can be recovered.

Program Overview

Investigations and Prevention

Damage Assessment & Restoration

Partnerships Program

Implementing conservation efforts by working cooperatively with landowners, community groups, conservation organizations and other governmental agencies.

Coastal Program

Partners for Fish & Wildlife

Cost Sharing and Technical Assistance

Safe Harbor Program

Schoolyard Habitats

Habitat Conservation Program

Reviews and commenting on State and Federal environmental documents, helping to minimize impacts on fish and wildlife species and their habitats.

Program Overview

Flood & Waterway Planning

Renewable Energy

Watershed Planning

San Joaquin River Restoration