Informing and engaging stakeholders is important to ensure that the EACCS addresses and includes important public issues regarding biological resources and is accepted by the community when it is finalized. The EACCS Partners encourage local residents to provide their knowledge and expertise about the biological resources in the east Alameda County. Throughout development and approval of the EACCS, the public will also be kept informed through a series of fact sheets, web site updates, and other informational items.
Past Community Meetings
Draft East Alameda County Conservation Strategy
September 14, 2010
Purpose: Attend to learn about the purpose and benefits of having a conservation strategy for biological resources in East Alameda County. The EACCS team will also discuss:
What the East Alameda County Conservation Strategy is and how will it be used;
Who developed the Conservation Strategy; Draft Conservation Strategy document and its contents;
Opportunities to provide comment on the Draft Conservation Strategy; and
Next steps for the Conservation Strategy
Conservation Strategy: A Blueprint for Biological Resources Conservation
June 11, 2009
Purpose: The purpose of this meeting is for the public to learn the purpose and benefits of having a conservation strategy for biological resources in East Alameda County, who is involved, what has been accomplished to date, and a summary of the work to come. This is an opportunity for the general public to comment on species and habitat conservation planning issues and learn about future opportunities to participate or become involved.