The California Riparian Habitat Conservation Program was created within the WCB by legislation in 1991. The Program’s basic mission is to develop coordinated conservation efforts aimed at protecting and restoring California's riparian ecosystems.
The goal of the California Riparian Habitat Conservation Program is to protect, preserve, and restore riparian habitats throughout California. Typical riparian projects include, but are not limited to:
Restoration of riparian vegetation and re-establishing floodplain connectivity. Removal and control of non-native invasive plant species to restore (actively or passively) native riparian vegetation. Installation of fencing along the riparian corridor to manage livestock or wildlife and reduce impacts to streams or riparian vegetation. Reconfigure degraded, incised, or undefined streams to restore natural hydrology and encourage reestablishment of native riparian habitat.
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