Statewide Plant Pest Prevention and Management Program

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Lead Agency
Food and Agriculture, Department of (Department of Food and Agriculture)
Document Title
Statewide Plant Pest Prevention and Management Program
Document Type
FIN - Final Document
Present Land Use
Statewide in scope - various land uses, zoning and general plan designations.

Document Description
The overall goal of the Statewide Pest Prevention and Management Program is to protect California's agriculture from damage caused by invasive plant pests. Other goals of the Statewide Program include: (1) providing rapid response resources to pest infestations as they occur, and (2) using an IPM approach in conducting activities. The Statewide Program encompasses a range of prevention, management and regulatory activities, carried out or overseen by CDFA against specific injurious pests and their vectors, throughout California. The Statewide Program is made up of a variety of focused programs, each including a set of options for controlling target pests or pathogens. The Statewide Program is ongoing and currently is implemented pursuant to existing CEQA authorizations. This PEIR is intended to provide CEQA compliance for the future Statewide Program activities.

Contact Information
Laura Petro
Department of Food and Agriculture
1220 N Street, Room 400
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone : (916) 403-6628


Cross Streets

Notice of Completion

Local Action
Other Action Other Action: Mgmt. Program
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