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The Commission adopted a resolution today supporting the Obama Administration's ban on new offshore drilling off the Pacific coast, signaling that it will take an active role in protecting California's coastline.
The Commission is proposing to amend regulations addressing biofouling management to minimize the transfer of nonindigenous species from vessels arriving at California ports (Article 4.8).
As part of a continual effort to increase public access, the Commission purchased 11 acres of land along the American River at Camp Pollock for the public to enjoy. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy maintains the land, providing recreation and open space that the public can enjoy.
State of California and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management launch offshore renewable energy task force
The Commission is a task force member.
The Commission has released best management practice guidelines for public agencies removing and processing vessel marine debris while protecting the environment.
The restoration project, covering approximately 1,247 acres, restored portions of the wetland ecosystem and tidal influence from the Pacific Ocean to half of this area to reinvigorate the wetland ecosystem.
The Commission and various partners proudly announce the the trail opening. It will increase public access and enhance wildlife habitat protections.