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Chapter 1

1-1. Plan Area for the Butte Regional Conservation Plan

Chapter 2

2-1. BRCP Urban Permit Areas (UPA) and Conservation Acquisition Zones (CAZ)

2-2 BRCP Land Use Designation Categories Derived from County and City General Plans

2-3. Transportation and Sewerline Projects and Ag Services Areas Outside of UPAs

2-4. Irrigation and Water District Boundaries

 

Chapter 3

3-1. Butte Regional Conservation Plan Conservation Acquisition Zones (CAZ)

3-2. Topography of the Plan Area

3-3. Mean Annual Air Temperature (Fahrenheit)

3-4. Frost-Free Days (above 43 degrees F)

3-5. Mean Annual Precipitation in Inches (1951-1980)

3-6. Hydrologic Units of the Plan Area

3-7. Geology of the Plan Area

3-8. Soils of the Plan Area

3-9. Hydrologic Features in the Plan Area

3-10. Lake Oroville Facilities: State Water Project

3-11. Distribution of Natural Communities

3-12. Distribution of Land Cover Types

3-13. Distribution of Oak Woodland and Savanna

3-14. Distribution of Grassland

3-15. Geologic Formations Supporting Vernal Pools

3-16. Distribution of the Riparian Natural Community

3-17. Distribution of the Wetland Natural Community

3-18. Distribution of the Aquatic Natural Community

3-19. Distribution of Agricultural Lands

3-20. Deer Herds and Habitat Ranges

 

Chapter 4

4-1. County and City Planned Development Footprints Inside UPAs Used for Impact Analysis

4-2. Development Footprints Inside the Chico UPA Used in Impact Analysis

4-3. Planned Development Footprints Inside the Oroville UPA Used in Impact Analysis

4-4. Planned Development Footprints Inside the Gridley-Biggs UPA Used in Impact Analysis

4-5. Transportation Projects in the Sacramento River CAZ Outside UPAs

4-6. Transportation & Sewerline Facilities Projects in the Northern Orchards CAZ Outside UPAs

4-7. Transportation Projects in the Basin CAZ Outside UPAs

4-8. Transportation & Sewerline Facilities Projects in the Southern Orchards CAZ Outside UPAs

4-9. Transportation Projects in the Sierra Foothills CAZ Outside UPAs

4-10 Transportation Projects in the Cascade Foothills CAZ Outside the UPAs

4-11. Calc. of Temporary Direct Effects o on Natural Communities and Species Habitat

4-12. Calc. Permanent Indirect Effects on Natural Communities and Species Habitat

4-13. Calc. of Permanent Indirect Effects on Hydrologic Conditions Supporting Vernal Swale

4-14. Calc. of Permanent Indirect Effects on Hydrologic Conditions where Hydrologic Barriers are Present

4-15. Oak Woodland and Savanna: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-16. Grassland: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-17. Riparian: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-18. Wetland: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-19. Aquatic: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-20. Agricultural Lands: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-21. Tricolored Blackbird: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-22. Yellow-Breasted Chat: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-23. Bank Swallow: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-24. Western Burrowing Owl: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-25. Western Yellow-Billed Cuckoo: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-26. Greater Sandhill Crane: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-27. American Peregrine Falcon: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-28. Swainson's Hawk: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-29. White-Tailed Kite: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-30. Bald Eagle: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-31. Giant Garter Snake: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-32. Western Pond Turtle: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-33. Foothill Yellow-Legged Frog: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-34. Western Spadefoot Toad: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-35. Central Valley Steelhead: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-36. Central Valley Spring-Run Chinook Salmon: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-37. Central Valley Fall/Late Fall-Run Chinook Salmon: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-38. Sacrament Splittail: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-39. Green Sturgeon: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-40. River Lamprey: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-41. Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-42. Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-43. Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-44. Ferris' Milk-Vetch: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-45. Hoover's Spurge: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-46. Ahart's Dwarf Rush: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-47. Red Bluff Dwarf Rush: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-48. Butte County Meadowfoam: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-48a. Butte County Meadowfoam - Creekside

4-48b. Butte County Meadowfoam - Cohasset

4-48c. Butte County Meadowfoam - Gold Run Creek

4-48d. Butte County Meadowfoam Avoidance Requirement for Wurlitzer Property

4-49. Hairy Orcutt Grass: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-50. Slender Orcutt Grass: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-51. Ahart's Paronychia: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-52. Butte County Checkerbloom: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-53. Butte County Golden Clover: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

4-54. Greene's Tuctoria: Direct Impacts of Covered Activities

 

Chapter 5

5-1 Natural Community and Covered Species Habitat Targets and Conservation Measures

5-2. Existing Protected Lands and Conservation Acquisition Zones

5-3. Decision Matrix for Assigning Public and Easement/Habitat Lands (PEHL) Categories

5-4. Ecological Corridors

5-5. Chico Butte County Meadowfoam Preserve

5-6. Location of Screened and Unscreened Diversions

5-7. Butte County Meadowfoam Preserve Design Rules Described in Conservation Measure 10

5-8. Oak Woodland and Savanna Habitat with BRCP Implementation

5-9. Grassland and Grassland with Vernal Swale Complex Habitat with BRCP Implementation

5-10. Riparian Habitat with BRCP Implementation

5-11. Wetland Habitat Area with BRCP Implementation

5-12. Agriculture Habitat Area with BRCP Implementation

5-13. Reserved

5-14. Reserved

5-15. Reserved

5-16. Reserved

5-17. Reserved

5-18. Reserved

5-19, 5-19a. Tricolored Blackbird Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-20, 5-20a. Yellow-Breasted Chat Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-21, 5-21a. Bank Swallow Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-22, 5-22a. Western Burrowing Owl Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-23, 5-23a. Western Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-24, 5-24a. Greater Sandhill Crane Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-25 5-25a. American Peregrine Falcon Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-26, 5-26a. Swainson's Hawk Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-27, 5-27a. White-Tailed Kite Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-28, 5-28a. Bald Eagle Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-29, 5-29a. Giant Garter Snake Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-30, 5-30a. Western Pond Turtle Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-31, 5-31a. Foothill Yellow-Legged Frog Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-32, 5-32a. Western Spadefoot Toad Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-33, 5-33a. Steelhead Habitat with BRCP Implementation Conservation Strategy

5-34, 5-34a. Spring-Run Chinook Salmon Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-35, 5-35a. Fall/Late Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-36, 5-36a. Sacramento Splittail Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-37, 5-37a. Green Sturgeon Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-38, 5-38a. River Lamprey Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-39, 5-39a. Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-40, 5-40a. Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp, Tadpole Shrimp Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-41, 5-41a. Ferris' Milk-Vetch Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-42, 5-42a. Vernal Pool Plant Species Habitat with full BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-43, 5-43a, 5-43b. BC Meadowfoam Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

and Avoidance for Occurrence #22

5-44, 5-44a. BC Checkerbloom Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-45, 5-45a. BC Golden Clover Habitat with BRCP Implementation and Conservation Strategy

5-46. Hypothetical wetland maturation, showing giant garter snake densities in restored habitat

5-47. Hypothetical development giant garter snake population over time

5-48. Monitoring, Directed Research, and Adaptive Management Feedback Loop

5-49. Adaptive Management Decision Making Process

5-50. Adaptive Management Process Framework


Chapter 6
6-1. Process for Project Proponents Use of Permits

Chapter 7

7-1. Organizational Structure for BRCP Implementing Entity

7-2. Implementation Structure for Coordination and Consultation


Chapter 8

8-1. Mitigation Fee Calculation Development Example

8-2. Mitigation Fee Calculation Transportation Project Example

8-3. Mitigation Fee Calculation Wetland Example

8-4. Mitigation Component Cost Pie Chart

8-5. Conservation Component Cost Pie Chart

8-6. Conservation Implementation Cost by Implementation Period Chart


Chapter 9

9-1. County and City General Plans and BRCP Planning Processes

9-2. BC Gen. Plan 2030 Existing General Plan Alternative (September 28, 2007)

9-3. BC Gen. Plan 2030 Concentrated Growth Alternative (September 28, 2007)

9-4. BC Gen. Plan 2030 Rural Extension Alternative (September 28, 2007)

9-5. BC Gen. Plan 2030 Preferred Alternative (2009)

9-6. BC Gen. Plan 2030 EIR No Project Alternative (2009)

9-7. BC Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Concentrated Growth Alternative (2009)

9-8. BC Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Rural Extension Alternative (2009)

9-9. Chico 1994 Existing Gen. Plan EIR Alternative

9-10. Chico Gen. Plan 2030 Expanded Urban Development EIR Alternative (March 2009)

9-11. Chico Gen. Plan 2030 Increased Density EIR Alternative (March 2009)

9-12. Chico Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Preferred Alternative

9-13. Oroville Gen. Plan 2030 EIR No Project Alternative

9-14. Oroville Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Reduced Density Alternative

9-15. Oroville Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Neighborhood Focused Growth Alternative

9-16. Oroville Gen. Plan 2030 EIR Preferred Alternative
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