Two encroachments are for water diversion from on-stream ponds fed by headwater unnamed streams and any additional work as identified in the Engineered Design Plan that shall be submitted for CDFW review and acceptance at least 90 days prior to initiating work. The more recently constructed upper pond was built approximately between 2012-2015 according to LandVision. Two, above ground, side by side 12” black pipes drain the upper pond when filled. The lower pond is a historic agricultural pond depicted as a natural freshwater pond according to USFWS Wetland Mapper. Water is diverted from both ponds for irrigation and domestic use. Work for the water diversion will include appropriate placement, use, and maintenance of the water diversion infrastructure. Work on the upper pond’s spillway and earthen dam if necessary, shall be implemented according to CDFW reviewed and accepted Engineered Design Plan that incorporates a Slope Stability Report, invasive species management and the needs of native species. The seven other proposed encroachments are to upgrade failing and undersized stream crossings and stream restoration at crossing 7. Work for these encroachments will include excavation, removal of the failing crossings, replacement with new properly sized crossings, backfilling and compaction of fill, and rock armoring as necessary to minimize erosion.