Water Code - Division 6: Conservation, Development, and Utilization of State Water Resources - Part 3.5: Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation in Connection With Flood Control and Watershed Protection Projects (secs. 12840 - 12849). | Land Portal

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This Chapter of Division 6 of the Water Code of California provides for the preservation and enhancement of the state’s fish and wildlife resources in connection with flood control and watershed protection projects and to realize the full potential of such projects to provide recreational opportunities to the general public. In order to achieve the goals set forth in this Chapter, all state agencies exercising resource management responsibilities shall review reconnaissance and feasibility reports submitted for state review and comment by federal agencies relating to any project or project feature affecting their responsibilities and shall submit their comments in accordance with the requirements of federal and state law and this Chapter. All planning and construction of flood control and watershed protection projects shall include such features as may be determined to be necessary and desirable to preserve and enhance the state’s fish and wildlife resources. The Chapter sets out responsibilities of state agencies. The Department of Fish and Game shall be responsible for the management of all fish and wildlife resources at any project subject to the provisions of this Chapter.

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Hupperts, Rudolph (LEGN)


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