Guadalupe - Coyote

Resource Conservation District

California's Golden Beaver

Beaver Video Lanman

Silicon Valley's Gray Foxes

Fox Video Leikam

Bill Leikam's Gray Fox Reports

08 28 2015 004 Gray fox juvenile female Pale

Guadalupe Watershed Integration Working Group (GWIWG)

 

 

"The Guadalupe Watershed lntegration Working Group (GWIWG) was established in early 2002, to review and discuss existing and future projects in the Guadalupe Watershed, with the goals to improve project coordination and maximize environmental benefits to the Guadalupe River. GWIWG participants have included representatives from federal, state, and local agencies as well as the public and hired engineering and environmental consultants (Appendix C). The Upper Guadalupe River Project Design Review Team @RT) was established as a GWIWG sub-committee to review the design and any proposed modifications to the Locally Preferred Project (LPP) described in the Final Environmental Impact ReportiEnvironmental Impact Statement (FEIR/EIS). Both the GWIWG and the DRT will continue to serve as advisory committees for the Discharger during the course of Project design, construction, and monitoring."  State Water Board Order #R2-2003-0115

GCRCD Board Meetings

Second Thursday of the month.

Public session begins at 6:00 p.m.

888 N. 1st Street, Suite 204,

San Jose, CA 95112

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The January 11, 2018 agenda will be posted here when it becomes available.

 

GCRCD Projects and Programs

 

 

Veggielution Hedgerow

 

GCRCD's mission is to conserve and enhance Santa Clara's natural resources, including its soil, water, vegetation and wildlife.  

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