Aquatic Invasive Plant Control Program (AIPCP)

4 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Parks and Recreation, Department of (California Department of Parks and Recreation)
Document Title
Aquatic Invasive Plant Control Program (AIPCP)
Document Type
FIN - Final Document

Document Description
Note: Review Per Lead The purpose of the DBW Aquatic Invasive Plant Control Program is to support a comprehensive, flexible, practical, inclusive, efficient, and effective approach to managing aquatic invasive plants in the Delta while minimizing environmental and ecosystem impacts, and supporting public health and the economy. The AIPCP works to keep waterways safe and navigable by controlling the growth and spread of aquatic invasive plants in the Delta, its surrounding tributaries, and Suisun Marsh. There are currently 8 species in the AIPCP. The proposed program consists of an integrated and adaptive approach, consisting of herbicide treatment, physical treatment methods, and biological control agents, adjusting over time, as treatment methods, technology, and environmental factors change. In support of the AIPCP's adaptive management approach, DBW will conduct extensive incremental monitoring for the program.

Contact Information
Edward Hard
California Department of Parks and Recreation
1 Capitol Mall, Suite 410
Sacramento, CA 95616



38°02'00"N 121°30'00"W
West Sacramento Stockton Sacramento Oakley
Sacramento Merced Madera Fresno Contra Costa Alameda
Total Acres
68,000 water
State Highways
4, 12, 160, 220, 84, 5
SP/UP, Sac Northern
Delta, Sac, San Joaquin, Tuolumne, Merced Rivers

Notice of Completion

Local Action
Other Action Other Action: legislated prog.
Project Issues
Cumulative Effects Wetland/Riparian Water Supply Water Quality Vegetation Toxic/Hazardous
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