Regional Natural Resources Planning Projects

WWR participates in multi-party regional natural resource planning efforts, providing planning and science leadership and developing technical and policy strategies to address complex inter-related natural resouce challenges.

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Dr. Siegel was an invited member of the 12-person Expert Elicitation Panel convened by the U.S. EPA, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, and California State Coastal Conservancy. 
BDCP is a joint state-federal Habitat Conservation Plan/Natural Communities Conservation Plan being developed by the major water contractors that draw water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to address long-term resource protection measures associated with water supply diversions. 
This project developed a blueprint for wetland restoration throughout the San Francisco Estuary, based on the input of over 100 regional scientists.  
This project involves assisting the Yolo Bypass Working Group in developing a concept-level description of a “Westside” floodplain activation approach that yields floodplain and wetland benefits under moderate Yolo Bypass flooding conditions in a manner that maximizes agricultural land uses and provides greater water management tools for the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area. 

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