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Monterey County Public Works Plan (PWP)

Monterey County Forest Health and Fire Resilience Public Works Plan (PWP)

 

Notice of Project Specific Analysis (PSA) for the Rancho Rico Community Fuels Treatment Project 

Board Resolution

Rancho Rico Project Specific Analysis- Final

Attachment A- Standard Project Requirements and Mitigation Measures

Attachment B- Rancho Rico Sensitive Biological Resources

Attachment C- Coastal Vegetation Treatment Standards for Rancho Rico

Notice of Impending Development for Rancho Rico

 

CEQA Notice of Exemptions

pdfLos Padres Strategic Community Fuelbreak Collaborative Project - San Clemente Rancho Fuelbreak Maintenance

CEQA Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration

pdfEast Pico Blanco Fuelbreak - Notice of Intent

 

 

Notice of Intent for Application of Aquatic Herbicides

The Resource Conservation District of Monterey County (RCDMC) was granted a General National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit for Residual Aquatic Pesticide Discharges to Waters of the United States from Algae and Aquatic Weed Control Applications from the State Water Resources Control board on June 23, 2014. This permit covers the RCDMC’s arundo (Arundo donax) and tamarisk (Tamarisk sp.) control efforts in the Salinas River riparian corridor. The RCDMC manages these invasive plants to improve habitat for fish and wildlife and reduce flood and fire risk along the Salinas River.

Beginning July 18, 2023, the RCDMC will be applying a glyphosate and/or imazapyr-based aquatic-formulated herbicide to arundo stands and tamarisk shrubs in the Salinas River riparian corridor between Soledad and King City, CA. Applications will likely continue through October 2023.

Herbicide will not be applied directly into the water and best management practices should result in no water contamination. No adverse impacts to the Salinas River or receiving water bodies are expected, and there are no water use restrictions associated with this application.

For more information, please contact Emily Zefferman, RCDMC Ecologist, at (831) 975-7761.