GSP Comments

Santa Clara River Riparian
CA100202_D045 (CA INTERNAL RIGHTS/IN-HOUSE RIGHTS) Eastern view of the Santa Clara River. The Nature Conservancy has played in a large role in protecting the Santa Clara River (SCR) and its tributaries in Southern California. 1/3 of the river that winds through Ventura County and TNC is taking on the LA portion of the river to reach the goal of protecting 30,000 acres. SCR is one of the most important and intact river systems in So. CA and offer some of the last riparia and freshwater habitat for wildlife in So. CA within hundreds of miles. © Melinda Kelley © © Melinda Kelley

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is providing comments on draft Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs) as a representative stakeholder of the environment. The comments are intended to ensure the Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) adequately address nature in their GSPs, as required under SGMA. TNC has submitted these comments to the GSAs as part of the public comment period. For some GSAs, comments were requested for the entire GSP, while for other GSAs, comments were requested for individual chapters.