The CBC Organizational Charter describes the governance, organization, and administration of the CBC. The charter describes the goals and objectives of the CBC, along with its responsibility and authority. The charter was adopted in late 2017.
The California Biodiversity Council (CBC) was formed in 1991 to improve coordination and cooperation between the various resource management and environmental protection organizations at federal, state, and local levels. Strengthening ties between local communities and governments has been a focus of the Council by way of promoting strong local leadership and encouraging comprehensive solutions to regional issues.
Thank you for attending the CBC Fall Meeting & Field Trip on November 13th & 14th at Paicines Ranch and Hollister area!
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The theme was Mainstreaming the Integrated Regional Conservation and Development (IRCAD) Program. Field tours during the meeting included sites stops at remarkable conservation project sites in the South San Francisco Bay Area. The Final Meeting Materials, including the final agenda and field tour map are available.
The Draft CBC Organizational Charter describes the governance, organization, and administration of the CBC. The CBC was formed in 1991 under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to improve coordination and cooperation among various resource management and environmental protection agencies and organizations to ensure protection of biological diversity and the maintenance of economic viability throughout California. The MOU is a cornerstone of CBC activities and is one of the foundational documents referenced in the Organizational Charter. Click here for the Draft CBC Organizational Charter
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