California seeks public input in marine aquaculture program
April 2, 2018
By Liza Mayer
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is seeking public input into a report that will serve as the framework for managing the proposed State Coastal Marine Aquaculture Program.
The public scoping process will guide CDFW in identifying the range of actions analyzed in the report, including environmental effects, methods of assessment, mitigation measures and alternative regulatory management frameworks.
Members of the public, tribes and public agencies are invited to provide comments through April 22. Here’s how you can participate.
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