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Plan Title Plan Stage Plan Lead Region (FWS) Plan Lead Office (FWS) Species Common Name Species Scientific Name Action Priority Action Number Action Description Action Status Estimated Initiation Date Estimated Completion Date Action Lead Agencies Responsible Parties Work Types Labor Types Comments Implementation Activity Number Implementation Activity Description Implementation Activity Status Implementation Activity Estimated Initiation Date Implementation Activity Estimated Completion Date Implementation Activity Labor Types Implementation Activity Work Types Implementation Activity Responsible Parties Implementation Activity Comments Implementation Activity Species
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 2.1.16 Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Anderson Reservoir area/county park area (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service City of San Jose, California, Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Acquisition: Easement Internal Field Assistance Precise extent and location need clarification.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 2.1.20 Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Kirby area (S. of Metcalf Rd.) (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service City of San Jose, California, Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Acquisition: Other Internal Field Assistance
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 2.1.21 Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Metcalf area (N. of Metcalf Rd.) (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service City of San Jose, California, Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Management: Planning Internal Field Assistance 2005-548 acres purchased by VTA, managed by Santa Clara Co Open Space Authority. Mapping, containment and control of barbed goat grass. 2.1.21-1 Monitoring of Santa Clara Valley dudleya populations at Silicon Valley Land Conservancy property. Ongoing Current Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Creekside Center for Earth Observation is monitoring the plants.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 2.1.21 Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Metcalf area (N. of Metcalf Rd.) (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service City of San Jose, California, Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Management: Planning Internal Field Assistance 2005-548 acres purchased by VTA, managed by Santa Clara Co Open Space Authority. Mapping, containment and control of barbed goat grass. 2.1.21-2 Monitor Santa Clara Valley dudleya population on VTA property. Ongoing Current Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Creekside Center for Earth Observation is conducting the monitoring.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 4.2.30 Survey historic and potential habitat at Anderson Reservoir / Coyote Reservoir area (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Population Surveys Graduate Student Occurrences around Anderson Dam were surveyed. for Coyote ceanothus Approximately 60,000 to 100,000 plants are likely present in these 3 occurrences.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 4.2.33 Survey historic and potential habitat at Coyote Ridge area (Santa Clara county) for multiple species Partially Complete FY 2005 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Research: Population Surveys Graduate Student 2005-Transition Zone between S. Albidus and Albidus and S. Albidus peramoenus mapped. 2005-2006-Comprehensive mapping of Dudleya on selected mitigation parcels (100oc) completed-more mapping planned elsewhere. 2006-C. Affinis neglecta pops mapped in detail. 135 plants at southern pop, about 1000 plants in northern canyon on 0.25 ac. Annual survey of Bay Area Checkerspot Butterfly. Conducted at UTC, Kirby Canyon, and Young Ranch.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 5.24 Conduct research on vegetation management methods in selected areas county-wide (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Habitat Requirements Graduate Student In summer 2012 Professor, researcher from Clairmont College is conducting study on Santa Clara Water District property on effects of off season water application on control of invasive plants.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 5.25 Access county-wide air pollution inputs and effects on serpentine habitats (Santa Clara County) for all species covered in the plan Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research: Environmental Contaminants Graduate Student
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 1 5.30 Conduct necessary research at Coyote Ridge (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Ongoing Current FY 2000 - FY 2004 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Research: Management Techniques, Research: Taxonomic Studies, Research: Demographic Studies, Research: Genetics Species Expert CVDRP funding (total $100,000 from 2005-2007)included 2005-2006 effects of clipping on S.A. peramoenus. 2005-2006-studies of Dudleya, shoot, flower & capsule production. 2005-2006 effects of grazing and burning on grassland composition. 2005-2006-C. font camp recruitment studies by Janell Hillman of Santa Clara Water District and SF State University. 2002-2003-nitrogen deposition research. Wildlife cameras have been installed to determine what is eating the Tiburon Indian paintbrush. Jackrabbits were seen in photos. 5.30-1 Enhance and study Tiburon paintbrush at Paintbrush Hill and Paintbrush Canyon on Coyote Ridge Not Started 2 2016 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Center for Earthside Observation received a 2012 CVPCP grant to study growth, habitat, and ecology of Tiburon paintbrush. One goal is to enhance the Paintbrush Hill population.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 1.1 Establish cooperative programs with participants from the public and private sector Ongoing Not Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Other: Information and Education Internal Technical Assistance Cooperative program established with Stuart Weiss and San Mateo Parks for reintroduction of Bay Checkerspot into Edgewood Park.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 1.2.1 Develop and implement outreach plans Not Started Other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Other: Information and Education Internal Technical Assistance
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 1.2.2 Develop and implement economic and other incentives Ongoing Not Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 Other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Other Internal Technical Assistance
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 1.2.3 Encourage and assist counties and landowners to develop and implement Habitat Conservation plans Ongoing Current FY 1995 - FY 1999 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service San Mateo County, California, Stanislaus County, California, Marin County, California, San Francisco County, California, Santa Clara County, California, Contra Costa County, California, Alameda County, California, Sonoma County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Management: Planning Internal Technical Assistance Santa Clara County HCP was signed in August 2012.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 2.1.24 Secure and protect serpentine habitat North of Llagas Avenue (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Acquisition: Easement Labor type not yet selected 2001- Ranch at Silver Creek management and restoration started. Grazing reintroduced.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 2.2.28 Secure and protect serpentine habitat Northwest of Healdsburg (Sonoma County) for Arctosaphylos bakeri ssp. Bakeri Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Sonoma County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Acquisition: Easement Internal Field Assistance
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 3.2 Develop and implement monitoring plans for special status species populations in all areas they inhabit Partially Complete FY 2008 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research: Population Assessment Species Expert Monitoring plan has been developed and implemented for San Mateo thornmint at Edgewood Preserve as part of efforts to track the population and prevent extinction. Monitoring plans developed and implemented for bay checkerspot butterfly at Edgewood Natural Preserve (ENP), Coyote Ridge (CR), and San Bruno Mountain (SBM). All ENP and SBM activities conducted by the Creekside Center for Earth Observation (CCEO) and San Mateo County Parks. All CR activities conducted by CCEO and Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority. 3.2-1 Write management plan for Tiburon mariposa lily on Ring Mtn. Complete 2007 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected In 2007, LSA Assoc. Inc wrote the Ring Mtn Preserve Sensitive Resources Monitoring Plan. It identifies survye methods. The plan is being implemented by Marin Co. Open Space District.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 4.1 Establish a survey program and protocol for all species covered in the plan Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, City of San Jose, California, City of Tiburon, California, East Bay Regional Park District, Marin County Open Space District, Marin Municipal Water District, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, San Francisco Water Department, Tiburon Landmark Society, University of California at Berkeley, San Mateo County, California, Stanislaus County, California, Marin County, California, San Francisco County, California, Santa Clara County, California, Contra Costa County, California, Alameda County, California, Sonoma County, California, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, Private landowners Research: Population Surveys Graduate Student Monitoring protocol has been established at SF Presidio by GGNRA for Clarkia franciscana and Lessingia germanorum
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 4.2.34 Conduct surveys in historic and potential habitat in Croy Canyon area (Santa Clara county) for Ceanothus ferrisae Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Population Surveys Graduate Student
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 4.2.38 Conduct surveys in historic and potential habitat North of Llagas Avenue (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Population Surveys Graduate Student
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 5.26 Conduct necessary research at selected areas county-wide in Santa Clara County on restoring native habitats on serpentine and non-serpentine soils (multiple species) Ongoing Current FY 2018 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Habitat Requirements Graduate Student Conducted by the Creekside Center for Earth Observation (CCEO).
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 5.28 Conduct necessary research at Anderson Reservoir / County Park area (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Habitat Requirements, Research: Demographic Studies Graduate Student Research includes fire ecology of Ceanothus ferrisiae 5.28-1 Identify numbers of populations and microsatellites of Coyote ceanothus. Complete Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Dr. Rodney Honeycutt of Pepperdine Univ. conducted the analysis. Plant materials and proposal were provided by SFWO staff.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 5.43 Throughout species' ranges: Develop plant propagation techniques for all listed species and species of concern Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research: Habitat Requirements Graduate Student, Species Expert Seed from San Mateo thornmint has been germinated at Jepson Herbarium, UC Berkeley. Fountain thistle has been germinated by Washington University researchers.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 6.1.2 Store viable seeds for the following plant taxa: Ceanothus ferrisae Cirsium fontinale var. fontinale Lessingia arachnoidea Lessingia micradenia var. glabrata Lessingia micradenia var. micradenia Partially Complete FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Transportation, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, San Francisco Water Department, University of California at Berkeley, San Mateo County, California, Stanislaus County, California, Marin County, California, San Francisco County, California, Santa Clara County, California, Contra Costa County, California, Alameda County, California, Sonoma County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Habitat Requirements Graduate Student Cirsium fontinale var. fontinale seed has been collected 2008-2010 and stored at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. Ceanothus ferrisae seed was collected in 2010 and stored in botanic gardens.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 6.2 Initiate enhancements, repatriations, or introductions, where appropriate Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Fish and Game Management: Land Use Species Expert, Contract Larvae and adults of Bay checkerspot butterfly reintroduced to Edgewood Natural Preserve, San Mateo Co. San Mateo thornmint seed has been sowed at Edgewood Natural Preserve and has increased numbers of plants. Metcalf Canyon jewelflower will be reintroduced at Tulare Hill. Funding is provided from 2012 CVPCP grant. Garbage removed from Harrison Grade Ecological Preserve BCB larvae transferred from Coyote Ridge to San Bruno Mtn. 6.2-1 Reintroduction of Metcalf Canyon jewelflower Not Started Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Justin Whittall of Santa Clara University and Creekside Center for Earth Observation received a 2012 CVPCP grant to reintroduce Metcalf Canyon jewelflower to Tulare Hill. Reintroduction will occur on the Metcalf Energy Center Ecological Preserve managed by Silicon Valley Land Conservancy.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 6.2 Initiate enhancements, repatriations, or introductions, where appropriate Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Fish and Game Management: Land Use Species Expert, Contract Larvae and adults of Bay checkerspot butterfly reintroduced to Edgewood Natural Preserve, San Mateo Co. San Mateo thornmint seed has been sowed at Edgewood Natural Preserve and has increased numbers of plants. Metcalf Canyon jewelflower will be reintroduced at Tulare Hill. Funding is provided from 2012 CVPCP grant. Garbage removed from Harrison Grade Ecological Preserve BCB larvae transferred from Coyote Ridge to San Bruno Mtn. 6.2-2 Enhance and study Tiburon paintbrush at Paintbrush Hill and Paintbrush Canyon on Coyote Ridge Not Started 2012 2016 Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Creekside Center for Earth Observation received 2012 CVPCP grant to conduct research on Tiburon paintbrush. Activities will include: determining whether hosts increase survivorship, whether populations are genetically distinct, test soil and other factors, and increasae number of plants at Paintbrush Hill and Paintbrush Canyon.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 6.2 Initiate enhancements, repatriations, or introductions, where appropriate Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Fish and Game Management: Land Use Species Expert, Contract Larvae and adults of Bay checkerspot butterfly reintroduced to Edgewood Natural Preserve, San Mateo Co. San Mateo thornmint seed has been sowed at Edgewood Natural Preserve and has increased numbers of plants. Metcalf Canyon jewelflower will be reintroduced at Tulare Hill. Funding is provided from 2012 CVPCP grant. Garbage removed from Harrison Grade Ecological Preserve BCB larvae transferred from Coyote Ridge to San Bruno Mtn. 6.2-3 Reintroduction of Metcalf Canyon jewelflower at 3 sites on Tulare Hill. Not Started Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected Dr. Justin Whittall of Santa Clara Univ. received funding from CVPCP/HRP in 2012. Soil from Tulare Hill has been shown to be most conducive to growth of jewelflower.
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 2 6.2 Initiate enhancements, repatriations, or introductions, where appropriate Ongoing Current FY 2007 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Department of Fish and Game Management: Land Use Species Expert, Contract Larvae and adults of Bay checkerspot butterfly reintroduced to Edgewood Natural Preserve, San Mateo Co. San Mateo thornmint seed has been sowed at Edgewood Natural Preserve and has increased numbers of plants. Metcalf Canyon jewelflower will be reintroduced at Tulare Hill. Funding is provided from 2012 CVPCP grant. Garbage removed from Harrison Grade Ecological Preserve BCB larvae transferred from Coyote Ridge to San Bruno Mtn. 6.2-4 Continue Bay checkerspot translocations from Coyote Ridge in Santa Clara County to Edgewood Park in San Mateo County Ongoing Current Labor type not yet selected Work type not yet selected
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 3 5.31 Conduct necessary research North of Llagas Avenue (Santa Clara County) for multiple species Not Started Other Santa Clara County, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Management Techniques, Research: Demographic Studies Graduate Student Research includes fire ecology of Ceanothus ferrisiae
Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area F 8 Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office (916) 414-6600 Coyote ceanothus Ceanothus ferrisae 3 6.1.3 Store viable seeds for the following plant taxa: Arctostaphylos bakeri bakeri Castilleja affinis neglecta Dudleya setchellii Hesperolinon congestum Streptanthus albidus albidus Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, University of California at Berkeley, San Mateo County, California, Stanislaus County, California, Marin County, California, San Francisco County, California, Santa Clara County, California, Contra Costa County, California, Alameda County, California, Sonoma County, California, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game Research: Habitat Requirements Graduate Student Seed collection was conducted in 2010.