CDFW to Hold Public Meetings on the Update to the State Wildlife Action Plan September, 2013 California

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     Starting in October, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will hold 11 public meetings on the update to the State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP).
The scoping meetings will be held throughout the state and are intended to educate the public on the work being done to update the plan and to solicit input from the public and stakeholder groups. See below for dates and locations.
     Every 10 years, the SWAP is updated to ensure that California’s vulnerable plant and animal species are being preserved and protected. The SWAP examines the health of fish and wildlife populations and prescribes actions to conserve species and habitats before they become rare and more costly to protect. The plan also promotes wildlife conservation while furthering responsible use and enjoyment by an ever-increasing human population. [click on link above for meeting details]



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