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2014 Public Notices


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Draft Land Conservation and Coveance Plan - Narrows
January 23, 2014 Board Meeting Proposed Actions>
March 12, 2014 Board Meeting Proposed Actions
June 25, 2014 Board Meeting Proposed Actions
September 10, 2014 Board Meeting Proposed Actions

November 19, 2014 Board Meeting Proposed Actions
Draft Land Conservation
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Narrows Planning UnitDraft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - PG&E Retained Lands

The Stewardship Council has issued the draft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for the Narrows planning unit for public review and comment. Comments must be submitted in writing and postmarked or emailed no later than 5:00 pm on January 17, 2014.

By Mail:
Narrows (Retained) LCCP Comments
Stewardship Council
155 Bovet Road, Suite 405
San Mateo, CA 94402

By E-mail
comments24@stewardshipcouncil.org

PDF icon  Narrows Draft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (1.89 MB)

Additional Information
PG&E will retain 23 acres of land within the Narrows planning unit located in Nevada county, subject to a conservation easement to be held by the Bear Yuba Land Trust. A draft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan has been developed by the Stewardship Council for subject land, which describes how this recommendation and related actions will satisfy the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment and preserve and enhance, on an overall basis and as applicable, the following six beneficial public values:

- Protection of natural habitat of fish, wildlife, and plants
- Preservation of open space
- Outdoor recreation by the general public
- Sustainable forestry
- Agriculture
- Historic values

The comments received will be reviewed by Stewardship Council staff and provided to the Watershed Planning Committee, a committee of the Stewardship Council’s Board of Directors. Following the completion of its review, the Watershed Planning Committee will forward the draft LCCP, the comments received, and any proposed modifications to the Stewardship Council’s Board of Directors. The Stewardship Council will post the proposed LCCP on its website and issue an e-mail notice to its stakeholder database approximately 30 days in advance of a public board meeting to consider the final approval of the LCCP. To be added to the stakeholder database to receive advance notice regarding the date and location of this board meeting, please contact Robin Flynn at (650) 372-9047 or rflynn@stewardshipcouncil.org.

Proposed Actions to be Considered at the January 23, 2014 Stewardship Council Board Meeting

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption at its January 23, 2014 meeting actions involving the following planning units:

There will be opportunity for public comment at the board meeting.

Comments may also be submitted in advance by email to comments25@stewardshipcouncil.org or to 155 Bovet Road, Suite 405, San Mateo, CA 94402

All comments are shared with the Board of Directors.

Recommendations for Fee Title Donations and PG&E Retention of Specific Parcels

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors recommendations regarding: (1) the selection of prospective fee title donees for select PG&E watershed lands at five planning units; and (2) recommendations that PG&E retain specific parcels at three planning units. These recommendations are summarized below.

PDF icon  Oroville Planning Unit Fee Title Recommendation (110 KB)

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 20 acres available for donation within two parcels (Parcels 694-695) in the Oroville planning unit, subject to compliance with all of the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,155 acres available for donation within 23 parcels (Parcels 670-679, 693, and 680-691) in the Oroville planning unit. This acreage is in addition to the 119 acres originally designated by PG&E for retention in this planning unit.

PDF icon  Battle Creek Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (229 KB)

United States Forest Service - Lassen National Forest is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 929 acres available for donation within three parcels (Parcels 302, 303 and 304) in the Battle Creek planning unit, subject to compliance with all of the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 210 acres available for donation within three parcels (Parcels 331-333) in the Battle Creek planning unit.

PDF icon  Lake Britton Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (173 KB)

United States Forest Service - Lassen National Forest (USFS) is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 308 acres available for donation within five parcels (Parcels 220, 222-224, and 264) in the Lake Britton planning unit, subject to compliance with all of the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,380 acres available for donation within 26 parcels (Parcels 222, 224, 227, 231, 233-237, 240-243, 254-258, 260, 263, 265-267 and 269-271) in the Lake Britton planning unit. This acreage is in addition to the 2,542 acres originally designated by PG&E for retention.

PDF icon   Lake Spaulding Planning Unit Recommendation, Nevada and Placer Counties (157 KB)

United States Forest Service - Tahoe National Forest (USFS) is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 469 acres available for donation within one parcel (Parcel 798) in the Lake Spaulding planning unit, subject to compliance with all the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment.

PDF icon   Fordyce Lake Planning Unit Recommendation, Nevada County (151 KB)

United States Forest Service - Tahoe National Forest (USFS) is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 75 acres available for donation within one parcel (Parcel 775) in the Fordyce Lake planning unit, subject to compliance with all the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment.

Oroville Planning Unite Conservation Easement Holder Recommendation

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the Board the following recommendation regarding the selection of a prospective conservation easement holder over select PG&E watershed lands: 

Northern California Regional Land Trust to hold conservation easements over all the watershed lands in the Oroville planning unit, located in Butte County. 

The mission of Northern California Regional Land Trust (NCRLT), a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1990, is to assist landowners and public agencies in the voluntary protection of land and other natural resources while also helping them gain the economic benefits of conservation. NCRLT’s geographic focus is Butte, Glenn, and Tehama counties. NCRLT currently holds 27 conservation easements encompassing 15,540 acres. With offices in Chico, California, NCRLT has four staff, two contracted employees, and seven board members. It is also accredited by the Land Trust Alliance. For more information about the NCRLT, please consult its website.

Proposed Actions to Be Considered at the March 12, 2014 Stewardship Council Board Meeting

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption at its March 12, 2014 meeting actions involving the following planning units:

Fee Title Donee Recommendations and Recommendations that PG&E Retain Specific Parcels

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors recommendations regarding the selection of prospective fee title donees for select PG&E watershed lands at one planning unit and recommendations that PG&E retain specific parcels at two planning units as summarized below.

Fall River Mills Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County

The Fall River Resources Conservation District is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 523 acres available for donation within four parcels (parcels 135,136, 138 and 140) in the Fall River Mills planning unit.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 2,717 acres made available for donation within 22 parcels (parcels 107-114, 116-118, 125-132, and 172) in the Fall River Mills planning unit.

PDF icon  Fall River Mills Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County(186 KB)

Lake Britton Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,405 acres made available for donation within 13 parcels (parcels 211-219, 232, and 236-238 in the Lake Britton planning unit.

There will be opportunity for public comment at the board meeting. Comments may also be submitted in advance at info@stewardshipcouncil.org. All public comments are shared with the Board of Directors.

PDF icon  Lake Britton Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County(163KB)

LCCP for PG&E Retained Lands at Narrows Planning Unit

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (LCCP) for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the Narrows Planning Unit located in Nevada County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from December 18, 2013 to January 17, 2014 and can be viewed from the link below.

Narrows LCCP (PG&E Retained)

Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for PG&E Retained Lands at Narrows Planning Unit can also be addressed to comments24@stewardshipcouncil.org.

For additional information, please call (866)791-5150, send an e-mail to: info@stewardshipcouncil.org , or submit a written request to the mailing address shown below.

Eel River Planning Unit Conservation Easement Holder Recommendations

Mendocino Land Trust  to hold a conservation easement over the lands in the Eel River planning unit that were previously recommended for donation to the Potter Valley Tribe.

The mission of Mendocino Land Trust (MLT), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1986, is to conserve important natural resources of Mendocino County, including working farmlands and forests, wildlife habitat, open space, scenic vistas, watersheds, and to facilitate public access. MLT currently holds eleven conservation easements that protect over 11,000 acres of land and owns and stewards four properties totaling over 500 acres in Mendocino County. With an office in Fort Bragg, California, MLT has four staff members including an executive director, a director of conservation and trails, a director of the Big River Program and Watershed Coalition, as well as a development coordinator/office manager. It has an active eight member board with expertise in finance, law, biology, land use planning, engineering, and organizational management. For more information about MLT, please consult the Mendocino Land Trust website.

Proposed Actions to Be Considered at the June 25, 2014 Stewardship Council Board Meeting

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible approval at its June 25, 2014 meeting the following actions:

Proposed LCCPs

1. Lower Drum Planning Unit (Christian Valley Park), Placer County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for lands to be donated to the Auburn Area Parks and Recreation District (ARD) at the Lower Drum planning unit (Christian Valley Park) located in Placer County, California. The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from April 10, 2014 to May 10, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Lower Drum planning unit page. Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for the Lower Drum (Christian Valley Park) planning unit can be addressed to comments27@stewardshipcouncil.org.

2. Middle Fork Stanislaus River Planning Unit, Tuolumne County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the Middle Fork Stanislaus River planning unit located in Tuolumne County, California. The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from April 10, 2014 to May 10, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Middle Fork Stanislaus River planning unit page. Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for PG&E Retained Lands at Middle Fork Stanislaus River planning unit can be addressed to comments28@stewardshipcouncil.org.

Fee Title Donee Recommendation and Recommendations that PG&E Retain Specific Parcels
The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors a recommendation regarding the selection of a prospective fee title donee for select PG&E watershed lands at one planning unit and recommendations that PG&E retain specific parcels at five planning units as summarized below.

3. Fall River Mills Planning Unit, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 2,717 acres made available for donation within 22 parcels (parcels 107-114, 116-118, 125-132, and 172) in the Fall River Mills planning unit.

PDF icon  Fall River Mills Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (344 KB)

4. Manzanita Lake Planning Unit, Madera County

Madera County is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 220 acres available for donation within one parcel (parcel 1045) in the Manzanita Lake planning unit.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 35 acres made available for donation within six parcels (parcels 1045, and 1048-1052) in the Manzanita Lake planning unit.

PDF icon  Manzanita Lake Planning Unit Recommendation, Madera County (660 KB)

5. Fall River Valley Planning Unit, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 129 acres made available for donation within one parcel (parcel 181) in the Fall River Valley planning unit.

PDF icon  Fall River Valley Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (489 KB)

6. Fordyce Lake Planning Unit, Nevada and Placer Counties

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 318 acres made available for donation within six parcels (parcels 782, 785, 789, 792, 793, and 794) in the Fordyce Lake planning unit.

PDF icon  Fordyce Lake Planning Unit Recommendation, Nevada and Placer Counties (294 KB)

7. Lake Britton Planning Unit, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,405 acres made available for donation within 13 parcels (parcels 211-219, 232, and 236-238) in the Lake Britton planning unit.

PDF icon  Lake Britton Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (452 KB)

Conservation Easement Holder Recommendations

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors the following two recommendations regarding the selection of a prospective conservation easement holder over select PG&E watershed lands: 

8. Eel River Planning Unit (PG&E Retained Lands), Mendocino County

Mendocino Land Trust to hold conservation easements over all the watershed lands to be retained by PG&E in the Eel River planning unit, located in Mendocino County. 

The mission of Mendocino Land Trust (MLT), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1986, is to conserve important natural resources of Mendocino County, including working farmlands and forests, wildlife habitat, open space, scenic vistas, watersheds, and to facilitate public access. MLT currently holds eleven conservation easements that protect over 11,000 acres of land and owns and stewards four properties totaling over 500 acres in Mendocino County. With an office in Fort Bragg, California, MLT has four staff members including an executive director, a director of conservation and trails, a director of the Big River Program and Watershed Coalition, as well as a development coordinator/office manager. It has an active eight member board with expertise in finance, law, biology, land use planning, engineering, and organizational management. For more information about MLT, please consult its website.

9. North Fork Feather River Planning Unit, Butte and Plumas Counties

Northern California Regional Land Trust to hold conservation easements over all the watershed lands in the North Fork Feather River planning unit on which conservation easements will be established. 

The mission of Northern California Regional Land Trust (NCRLT), a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1990, is to assist landowners and public agencies in the voluntary protection of land and other natural resources while also helping them gain the economic benefits of conservation. NCRLT’s geographic focus is Butte, Glenn, and Tehama counties. NCRLT currently holds 27 conservation easements encompassing 15,540 acres. With offices in Chico, California, NCRLT has four staff, two contracted employees, and seven board members. It is also accredited by the Land Trust Alliance. For more information about the NCRLT, please consult its website.

June 25, 2014 Board Meeting in Sacramento

The full board meeting agenda with any additional information and action items will be available on the Stewardship Council website on June 18, 2014.

There will be opportunity for public comment at the board meeting. Comments may also be submitted in advance by email to info@stewardshipcouncil.org or to 155 Bovet Road, Suite 405, San Mateo, CA 94402

All comments are shared with the Board of Directors.

Proposed Actions to Be Considered at the September 10, 2014 Stewardship Council Board Meeting

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible approval at its September 10, 2014 meeting the following actions:

Proposed LCCPs

1. Chili Bar Planning Unit, El Dorado County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the Chili Bar planning unit located in El Dorado County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from June 9, 2014 to July 9, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Chili Bar planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for the Chili Bar planning unit can be addressed to comments29@stewardshipcouncil.org

2. Wishon Reservoir Planning Unit, Fresno County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for lands to be donated to the United States Forest Service (USFS) at the Wishon Reservoir planning unit located in Fresno County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from June 9, 2014 to July 9, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Wishon Reservoir planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for the Wishon Reservoir planning unit can be addressed to comments30@stewardshipcouncil.org

3. Lower Bear Area (Cole Creek) Planning Unit, Amador County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for the lands to be donated to the United States Forest Service (USFS) at the Lower Bear Area (Cole Creek) planning unit located in Amador County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from June 9, 2014 to July 9, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Lower Bear Area planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for the Lower Bear Area (Cole Creek) planning unit can be addressed to comments31@stewardshipcouncil.org

4. Lower Drum (Bear River Pinecroft Reserve - Adjacent to Bear River Campground) Planning Unit, Placer County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for lands to be donated to Placer County at the Lower Drum (Bear River Pinecroft Reserve - Adjacent to Bear River Campground) planning unit located in Placer County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from July 21, 2014 to August 20, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Lower Drum planning unit page located here.

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the Lower Drum planning unit can be addressed to comments33@stewardshipcouncil.org.

5. Lower Bear Area (PG&E Retained) Planning Unit, Amador County

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the Lower Bear Area planning unit located in Amador County, California. 

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from July 28, 2014 to August 27, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Lower Bear Area planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding the LCCP for the Lower Bear Area (Cole Creek) planning unit can be addressed to comments34@stewardshipcouncil.org

Fee Title Donee Recommendation and Recommendations that PG&E Retain Specific Parcels

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors recommendations that PG&E retain specific parcels at three planning units as summarized below.

6. Fall River Mills Planning Unit, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 2,717 acres made available for donation within 22 parcels (parcels 107-114, 116-118, 125-132, and 172) in the Fall River Mills planning unit.

PDF icon  Fall River Mills Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (344 KB)

7. Fall River Valley Planning Unit, Shasta County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 129 acres made available for donation within one parcel (parcel 181) in the Fall River Valley planning unit.

PDF icon  Fall River Valley Planning Unit Recommendation, Shasta County (489 KB)

8. Fordyce Lake Planning Unit, Nevada and Placer Counties

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 318 acres made available for donation within six parcels (parcels 782, 785, 789, 792, 793, and 794) in the Fordyce Lake planning unit.

PDF icon  Fordyce Lake Planning Unit Recommendation, Nevada and Placer Counties (294 KB)

Conservation Easement Holder Recommendations

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors the following two recommendations regarding the selection of a prospective conservation easement holder over select PG&E watershed lands:

9. Lake Spaulding, Nevada County

Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) to hold conservation easements over the remaining watershed lands in the Lake Spaulding planning unit located in Nevada County for which a conservation easement holder has not yet been recommended.

Established in 1991, BYLT's mission is to create a balance between nature and the needs of the people who make a life and a livelihood in Nevada County. BYLT promotes voluntary conservation of natural, historical, and agricultural resources through protection and enhancement of natural areas, farms and ranches, trails, and parks to provide a lasting community heritage. BYLT's geographic focus is western Nevada County and the Sierra Foothills areas of Yuba and Sierra Counties. It currently holds 22 conservation easements over approximately 6,000 acres, and owns 3,000 acres in fee with an additional 2,700 acres in escrow. It has eleven staff members, including an executive director, operations manager, development director, stewardship manager, conservation coordinator, program coordinator, and three trail coordinators. BYLT has eight board members with expertise in real estate law, wildlife biology, conservation planning, fly fishing, and forestry. BYLT is an accredited land trust by the Land Trust Alliance. For more information about BYLT, please consult its website.

10. Lake Spaulding, Placer County

Placer Land Trust (PLT) to hold conservation easements over the lands in the Lake Spaulding planning unit located in Placer County on which a conservation easement will be established.

Established in 1991, PLT's mission is to work with willing landowners and conservation partners to permanently preserve natural and agricultural lands in Placer County for future generations. PLT holds 17 conservation easements, including three over lands owned by public agencies. In addition, PLT owns 13 fee properties totaling 3,984 acres. PLT is guided by a twelve-member board of directors and is staffed by an executive director, assistant director, stewardship manager, land manager, community relations manager, program manager and office assistant. PLT's staff has expertise in forestry, ecology, agriculture, resources management, and habitat restoration. PLT is an accredited land trust by the Land Trust Alliance. For more information about PLT, please consult its website

Proposed Actions to Be Considered at the November 19, 2014 Stewardship Council Board Meeting

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible approval at its November 19, 2014 meeting the following actions:

Fordyce Lake Planning Unit Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (PG&E Retained)

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the Fordyce Lake planning unit located in Nevada County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from September 15, 2014 to October 15, 2014.

The document can be viewed on the Fordyce Lake planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the Fordyce Lake planning unit can be addressed to

comments35@stewardshipcouncil.org

Lake Spaulding Planning Unit Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - UC Donation

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for lands to be donated to the University of California (UC) at the Lake Spaulding planning unit located in Nevada County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from September 15, 2014 to October 15, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the Lake Spaulding planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the Lake Spaulding planning unit can be addressed to comments38@stewardshipcouncil.org

McArthur Swamp Planning Unit Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - Fall River RCD Donation

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for lands to be donated to the Fall River Resource Conservation District at the McArthur Swamp planning unit located in Shasta County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from August 22, 2013 to September 20, 2013.

The document can be viewed on our website on the McArthur Swamp planning unit page.

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the McArthur Swamp planning unit can be addressed to comments22@stewardshipcouncil.org

North Fork Mokelumne River Planning Unit Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - CAL FIRE Donation

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for lands to be donated to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) at the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit located in Amador County, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from September 15, 2014 to October 15, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit page locatedhere

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit can be addressed to comments36@stewardshipcouncil.org

North Fork Mokelumne River Planning Unit Proposed Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - (PG&E Retained

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors for its consideration and possible adoption the proposed LCCP for the lands to be retained by PG&E at the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit located in Amador and Calaveras counties, California.

The draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from September 15, 2014 to October 15, 2014.

The document can be viewed on our website on the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit page locatedhere

Comments and inquiries regarding this LCCP for the North Fork Mokelumne River planning unit can be addressed to

comments37@stewardshipcouncil.org

Fee Title Donee Recommendations and Recommendations that PG&E Retain Specific Parcels

The Watershed Planning Committee of the Stewardship Council has forwarded to the board of directors a recommendation regarding the selection of three prospective fee title donees for select PG&E watershed lands at three planning units and recommendations that PG&E retain specific parcels at three planning units as summarized below.

6. Eel River Planning Unit Fee Title Donee Recoomendation

Potter Valley Tribe is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 219 acres available for donation within two parcels (approximately 94 acres in parcel 740 and 125 acres in parcel 748) at the Eel River planning unit.

PDF icon  Eel River Planning Unit Recommendation, Mendocino and Lake Counties (653 KB)

7. Lake Almanor Planning Unit, Plumas County

Maidu Summit Consortium (Summit) is recommended to receive a fee title donation to approximately 441 acres of land available for donation within five parcels (parcels 373, 375, 377, 426, and 457) at the Lake Almanor planning unit, subject to compliance with all of the requirements of the Land Conservation Commitment, including the following terms:

  • The Summit agrees to enter into a legally binding agreement to ensure that the conservation easement and other agreements executed pursuant to the Land Conservation Commitment remain enforceable in perpetuity; and
  • Prior to the Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (LCCP) for the Lake Almanor planning unit being adopted by the Stewardship Council Board, the Summit successfully completes certain initial milestones established pursuant to the capacity-building grants awarded by the Stewardship Council.

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,131 acres made available for donation within twenty parcels (parcels 374, 375, 376, 377, 393, 394, 400, 408, 410, 411, 426, 428, 457, 479, 483, 494, 508, 509, 511, and 514) at the Lake Almanor planning unit.

PDF icon  Lake Almanor Planning Unit Recommendation, Plumas County (1.07 MB)


8. North Fork Mokelumne River Planning Unit, Amador and Calaveras Counties
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) is recommended to receive fee title to approximately 195 acres available for donation within two parcels (961 and 962).

[Note: In the event that lands in parcel 961 are not transferred to CAL FIRE, the Watershed Planning Committee recommends that these acres be retained by PG&E.]

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 1,258 acres further described as: approximately 837 acres within 13 parcels (parcels 963-968, 972, 983, 995, 1005, 1007, 1008, and 1009) previously recommended for donation to the Bureau of Land Management; approximately 77 acres within parcel 959, previously recommended for donation to the US Forest Service; and approximately 344 acres within 11 parcels (parcels 969-971, 984, 985, 988, 990, 991, 996, 997 and 1006).

PDF icon  North Fork Mokelumne River Planning Unit Recommendation, Amador and Calaveras Counties (120 KB)

9. Lake Spaulding Planning Unit, Nevada County

PG&E is recommended to retain fee title to approximately 857 acres made available for donation within seven parcels (parcels 802-808) at the Lake Spaulding planning unit.

PDF icon  Lake Spaulding Planning Unit Recommendation, Nevada County (276 KB)

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