Admin Measure Summary
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and other appropriate agencies prioritize the list of “Stage 2 Actions for Nonnative Invasive Species".
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) released a list of priority actions for addressing nonnative invasive species in the Ecosystem Restoration Program Conservation Strategy in 2014. State and federal fish and wildlife agencies identified nonnative invasive species of highest concern including invasive weeds and zebra mussels due to major negative impacts on the ecosystem and human resources.
Delta Plan Strategy
Prevent Introduction of and Manage Nonnative Species Impacts
Delta Plan Recommendation
ER R7. Prioritize and Implement Actions to Control Nonnative Invasive Species. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and other appropriate agencies should prioritize and fully implement the list of “Stage 2 Actions for Nonnative Invasive Species” and accompanying text shown in Appendix J taken from the Conservation Strategy for Restoration of the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta Ecological Management Zone and the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valley Regions (DFG 2011). Implementation of the Stage 2 actions should include the development of performance measures and monitoring plans to support adaptive management.