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Ma-le’l Dunes Cooperative Management Area Public Access Plan and Preliminary Initial Study / Environmental Assessment

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and State Coastal Conservancy (SCC) have revised the Ma-le’l Dunes Cooperative Management Area (CMA) Public Access Plan and Initial Study / Environmental Assessment based on public comments, and are re-circulating these documents for another 30-day public comment review period.  

The public comment period ends on April 19, 2008 . Please send comments to the State Coastal Conservancy via email to scorbaley@scc.ca.gov , via facsimile to Su Corbaley at 510-286-0470, or by mail at 1330 Broadway, 13 th Floor, Oakland, CA 94618, attention Su Corbaley.
 

The Ma-le’l Dunes CMA consists of 444 acres of public land along a mile and a half of coastline on the Samoa Peninsula of Humboldt Bay. The area has a rich cultural history and a unique combination of coastal dune, wetland, and forest ecosystems.

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Ma-le'l Dunes Initial Study/Environmental Assessment

Figure 1 - Location Map

Figure 2 - Ma-le'l Dunes cooperative Management Area (CMA) and Properties

Figure 3 - Existing Features of the Ma-le'l Dunes CMA

Figure 4 - Alternative A: The Proposed Plan

Figure 5 - Vegetation Types at the Ma-le'l Dunes CMA

Figure 6 - Special Status Species at the Ma-le'l Dunes CMA

Figure 7 - Federally Listed Plant Species of the Ma-le'l Dunes CMA

Figure 8 - Topographic Map of the Ma-le'l Dunes CMA

Table 4 - Special Status Species Addressed for the Ma-le'l Dunes Cooperative Management Area Public Access Plan

Appendicies

Finding Of No Significant Impact

Environmental Assessment


Final Ma-le'l Dunes Cooperative Management Area Public Access Plan

Chapters 1-2: Introduction and Setting

Chapter 3: Existing Use and Access Infrastructure

Chapter 4 part 1: Recommended Public Use and Access Improvements
Chapter 4 part 2

Chapters 5-7:  Access Operations and Management, Plan Implementation, and References

Appendices