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Habitat Conservation Planning
From Tahoe to the Bay

Seventh Annual Workshop

Wednesday November 18th, 2009

Ulatis Community Center
1000 Ulatis Drive, Vacaville

 

Speakers/Presentations from 2009 Workshop

   
Chris Lee, Solano County Water Agency-Introduction
   
   
Bay Delta Conservation Plan Connections with County HCPs and NCCPs
   
David Okita, Solano County Water Agency-Moderator-Bay Delta Conservation Plan
Carl Wilcox, Department of Fish and Game-BDCP-Interfacing with Conservation Plans
Kim Delfino, Defenders of Wildlife-BDCP Connections with County HCPs and NCCPs
Maria Wong, Yolo Natural Heritage Program JPA
   
Farming and Conservation Plans
   
Steve Mayo, San Joaquin County HCP-Moderator
Mario Jaques, SJ County Farmer/Real Esate Broker-A Landowners Perspective: Farming under Habitat Conservation Easements
David Sunding, Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics, UC Berkeley-Economic Research to Support Development of the Yolo County Natural Heritage Program
   
Climate Change and Conservation Plans
   
Ken Schreiber, Santa Clara Valley HCP/NCCP-Moderator
Mark Schwartz, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, UC Davis-Climate Change, Ecological Impacts and Managing Biodiversity
   
The East Contra Costa HCP/NCCP-Lessons from Two Years of Implementation
John Kopchik, East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy-Moderator
David Zippin, ICF Jones and Stokes
 
Leigh Chavez, Contra Costa County Public Works Department
Jim Gwerder, Citizens' Land Alliance
 
Sheila Larsen, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

 

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