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|Cache Slough Complex Habitat Conservation Plan|
*** Cache Slough HCP Workshop 1 Survey, Click HERE ***
Heron in Wetlands
The 53,000-acre Cache Slough complex is a unique area within the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta that plays important roles for the local economy and ecosystem. The area is dominated by agricultural land uses and essential for local water supply needs. The region is also the focus of habitat restoration efforts for tidal and wetland restoration, and floodplain enhancements.
Solano County, in collaboration with the Department of Water Resources, Solano County Water Agency, Reclamation District 2068 and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency is developing a Habitat Conservation Plan(HCP) and Incidental Take Permit(ITP) to provide Endangered Species Act protections for local water intake owners and operators in the Cache Slough Complex area.
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- Issue 1, Habitat Conservation Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
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Get Involved in the HCP
Learn more about the key benefits of
participating in the Cache Slough Complex Habitat Conservation Plan. Attend the workshops and give us your input!
Virtual Cache Slough Community Meeting
HCP Process & Overview
THURSDAY, October 22, 2020
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Deadline to register October 20, 2020
Registrants will be provided a survey in
advance of the event. Return the survey
by October 29, 2020
Workshop 2 March 2021
Workshop 3 August 2021
Public Draft HCP & CEQA/NEPA
HCP& ITP Approval
FLYOVER CACHE SLOUGH
HCP staff toured RD 2068 to learn more about water supply infrastructure. Click on the links below to view drone video.
CA Water Resource Delta Projects
CA Fish & Wildlife
US Fish Wildlife Service Habitat Conservation Plans
National Marine Fisheries Service