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The Cache Creek Coordinated Resource Management Plan provides the framework for the future management direction of BLM lands included within the Cache Creek Natural Area. Additional cooperators with this plan include the California Department of Fish and Game, which manages the Cache Creek Wildlife Area, and
Yolo County Parks and Resources Management which manages Cache Creek Canyon Regional Park.

The Draft CRMP was released in September 2002, and considered several alternatives with varying degrees of habitat development/resource protection and primitive recreation development. Based on public input to this draft at public meetings and from written responses, emails, faxes, and phone messages a Proposed Action was developed that best prioritized the protection of resource values while allowing a compatible level of primitive recreational use.  The Final CRMP was signed on December 14, 2004.

Each of the projects proposed in this CRMP will be evaluated in an Environmental Assessment that will present several alternatives and discuss the environmental impacts of each alternative.


Click here to view the CRMP*

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If you would like to receive a copy of the CRMP by mail*, contact:

BLM Ukiah Field Office
2550 North State Street
Ukiah, CA  95482

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*(CRMP available on CD-ROM. A limited number of paper copies are available by special request.)


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