Timeline and Public Input

 

  • Summer 2005: assemble data on the watershed lands
  • July-August 2005: hold public open houses in watershed communities  (completed)
  • September 2005: begin analyzing the constraints and opportunities that the Plan must address
  • Summer 2006: develop and evaluate alternative dispositions of the lands
  • Summer 2006: hold another series of open houses in watershed communities
  • April 2007: complete the Land Conservation Plan
 
Planning Process Updates
Ask the Stewardship Council (contact information below) to add your name to their contact list.   Include your e-mail and postal addresses in your request.
 
Public Input
The Stewardship Council is inviting local stakeholders to provide information on specific watershed lands. Specifically, the Council is looking for information on:
  • watershed land current uses and values
  • how these lands should be protected and/or enhanced to benefit the public
  • who might be in the best position to manage these lands over the long term.
 
Upcoming Public Meetings
Don't Delay!
Input received by the Council early in the planning process is more likely to be fully considered.
 
Stewardship Council contact information:
For general questions and requests:
 
For questions regarding grants for youth:
 
Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council
San Mateo Office
15 North Ellsworth Avenue, Suite 100
San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 344-9072 or (866) 791-5150 (p)
(650) 401-2140 (f)
 
Sacramento Office (Land Conservation Program Staff) 
1107 9th Street, Suite 501 
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 441-3123 (p)
(916) 441-4180 (f)
 
Shingletown Office (Land Conservation Program Staff) 
PO Box 281
Shingletown, CA 96088-0281 
(530) 524-9563 (p)
(530) 474-4667 (f)