The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is issuing a permit to the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation [Permit No. 2081(a)-23-005-RP] pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 2081(a) for a project to (1) collect and perform seed bulking of Sebastopol meadowfoam (Limnanthes vinculans) for the purpose of outplanting seeds to expand the population at HARO, and (2) restore and enhance habitat for Sebastopol meadowfoam at HARO and SJAC by implementing regular beneficial disturbance and targeted invasive species control. Project activities include seed collection, bulking, outplanting, and vegetation removal. Seed collection activities are in development and will depend on environmental and site-specific conditions. Within the permit time frame, seeds and floral bracts will be collected by hand in spring/summer, with seed germination and bulking activities taking place in late winter/early spring. Seeds from nursery grown plants will be collected and seeded into the HARO 1 wetland in summer/fall. In late summer/early fall of 2023, 2024, and 2025, standing dead biomass and remnant thatch will be removed at both HARO and SJAC. The dead biomass and thatch removal at both sites will utilize grazing, mowing, baling, string trimming, and/or hand raking. Herbicide may also be used to manage invasive, non-native perennial grasses. Each spring for a minimum of three years (2023-2025), the distribution of Sebastopol meadowfoam will be mapped and population sizes counted or estimated at HARO, SJAC, and any seed donor site.