As we enter into the summer months, it is almost unbelievable that the first six months of 2017 are now behind us. Looking back, we are deeply appreciative of the stakeholders who have already taken time to participate in a number of discussions CDFW has hosted to share information about our process that is currently underway to amend the existing Marine Life Management Act (MLMA) Master Plan. Feedback received on topics such as a Continue reading
Since December 2016, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has hosted three discussions to share information with stakeholders about the Marine Life Management Act (MLMA) Master Plan amendment process. CDFW is seeking input and guidance on ideas, approaches, and tools to consider as part of an amended MLMA Master Plan and Draft Amended Framework for MLMA-Based Management. Continue reading
An online survey soliciting public opinion about red abalone fishery management is now available on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) website. Public input will inform the development of a red abalone fishery management plan, and help CDFW to address the interests and concerns of the public. For more information, please see the March 30, 2017 press release. To learn more about abalone management and the fishery management plan development process, please visit the CDFW website.
post by CDFW Research Writer Mary Patyten
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Stakeholders are invited to participate in a series of discussions to help inform and guide key components of the Marine Life Management Act (MLMA) Master Plan amendment process. The next discussion has been scheduled:
Marine Life Management Act (MLMA) Master Plan Amendment
Discussion for Interested Stakeholders
Draft Approach to Scaled Management and a Web-based Fisheries Dashboard
Wednesday, February 1, 2017 | 12:00pm-1:30pm PT
At its April 13, 2016 meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission (FGC) adopted a California Spiny Lobster Fishery Management Plan (FMP) that puts into place a cohesive management strategy to guide the future sustainable management of California’s recreational and commercial lobster fisheries, as required by the Marine Life Management Act.
The FGC’s adoption of the FMP is the culmination of four years of a collaborative development process that began in the spring Continue reading